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Global Event Management Software Industry Survey and 2022 Future Outlook

The Event Management Software Market statistical report, published by Market Research Future contains succinct information on the Event Management Software market, segmented by applications (Corporate, Education, Association, Government, and Others) and forecast from 2016-2022. The growing adoption of cloud platform by industries and corporates, and increasing number of smartphone users is driving the Event Management Software market.

The event management software has a wide range of applications which are broadly categorized as corporates, education, association, and government among others. Corporates, among all application segments, is the highest beneficiary market, due to high number of corporate events each year. Every company conducts seminars, conferences, or trade shows to increase its market presence and thus has requirement of such an event management software. After corporate, the education sector is the major source of revenue for event organizers as growing online education programs is increasing the demand for platforms to conduct successful events or festivals.

Global Corporate Event Management Software Market is expected to reach USD 6.68 Billion by 2022 with a CAGR of 13.94%

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The Event Management Software Market statistical report, published by Market Research Future contains succinct information on the Event Management Software market, segmented by applications (Corporate, Education, Association, Government, and Others) and forecast from 2016-2022. The growing adoption of cloud platform among industries and corporates, and the increase in the number of smartphone users are driving the event management software market.

North America Corporate Event Management Software Market is expected to reach USD 3.47 Billion by 2022 with a CAGR of 14.92%

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