New Jersey based Eventcombo announced today it is investing $10 million over three years to expand its operations and establish a new headquarters in Calgary.
With ambitious plans for growth in the region supported by Invest Alberta and Calgary Economic Development, the company intends to create 250 highly skilled jobs to serve clients around the world.
Eventcombo’s event management solution plans to leverage artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms to streamline the entire event lifecycle.
By harnessing the power of these technologies, Eventcombo offers event organizers a comprehensive suite of tools to enhance attendee engagement, optimize event logistics, and deliver personalized experiences.
The company’s platform empowers organizers to make data-driven decisions, increase operational efficiency, and maximize event success.
The expansion of Eventcombo into Alberta represents a significant milestone for the company, and highlights their dedication to foster economic growth, innovation, and job creation in the region.
Eventcombo has been making waves in the industry by driving innovation through collaborations, including with Alberta Innovates and a recent partnership with Amii (Alberta Machine Intelligence Institute) that has opened new frontiers for incorporating artificial intelligence into event technology, revolutionizing the way events are planned, executed, and analyzed.
Invest Alberta and Calgary Economic Development have supported Eventcombo’s plans to relocate to Alberta by helping navigate the local business and investment landscape and making valuable introductions to service providers and partners.
“Alberta’s government is pleased to have Eventcombo expanding its new global headquarters in Calgary. Business-friendly policies, the lowest corporate tax rate in Canada, and a growing, skilled workforce are keeping Alberta’s economy strong and will for years to come. Eventcombo’s ambitious vision for the technology and innovation sector will contribute to our increasingly diverse economy,” commented Matt Jones, Minister of Jobs, Economy and Trade.