JUNO Voted Best Event Solution: Community Platform

Onsite Tech Pitch Battle at PCMA Convening Leaders Shows Event, Association Professionals Prefer the Single Destination Platform

JUNO, a software company that connects and educates people on a single destination platform for events and year-round community, was voted #1 in a competition designed to reward innovation in event technology and community software.  Live from the Event Solutions Stage at PCMA Convening Leaders 2022 in Las Vegas, JUNO competed and won as the Best Event Solution: Community Platform.

JUNO’s solution Connects and Educates attendees and members for events and 365-day community with Event, Networking, Learning, and Analytics. JUNO’s team and tech differentiate it from the rest. The content tagging capabilities and AI recommendation engine increase the value for any user.

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“It’s elegant and easy,” says JUNO CEO Josh Hotsenpiller. “That’s what users want, and that’s how we built our Single Destination Platform for event and meeting professionals. It’s simple to launch, and solves hybrid event concerns by embracing in-person and virtual attendees into the same online home. Our mobile companion app is receiving rave reviews from PCMA attendees.”

Per PCMA’s announcement of results: “Listening to our audience, the feedback has been excellent, and the audience could take many valuable insights.”

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“We want to position communities and events for the future. Innovative leaders are choosing JUNO to drive more value,” Hotsenpiller says. “It’s time to launch into a super-app and platform where the entire community can access all your content, connect with each other and participate in experiences to advance their own careers.”

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