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Eved CEO Talia Mashiach Identified as Top Entrepreneur by EY

Posted by Jose Escobedo Apr 28, 2017 11:00:00 AM

CHICAGO April 29, 2017 – Talia Mashiach, CEO and founder of Eved, an event commerce company built by event experts, has been named a finalist for EY’s Entrepreneur of the Year® 2017 Award in the Midwest. The award recognizes top entrepreneurs who are bringing innovation, financial performance and personal commitment to their businesses and communities.

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Topics: Talia Mashiach, eved

Top 5 Reasons to Stop Using Your Credit Card

Posted by Alison Chludzinski Mar 28, 2017 9:29:27 AM

Think about the last time you planned a meeting or an event, did you pay with a credit card? How was your reconciliation process? Did you have all your itemized receipts?

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Topics: Event Commerce, Event Managers, EvedPay

Finance Friday: Why credit cards do not work for meeting and event payments.

Posted by Trista Hannan Mar 14, 2017 1:12:14 PM

Trista Hannan, SVP of Client Solutions, discusses why credit cards do not work for meeting and event payments.

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Topics: Event Payments, EvedPay, Finance Fridays

Scrum, For a Bright Future at Eved.

Posted by Luke Skertich Mar 7, 2017 9:38:18 AM

Agile, Kanban, Scrum… what does it all mean? For technology companies, these words typically come to mind when talking about product development. Though no method is a magic bullet, one fit better than others at Eved. Here at Eved, we use Scrum to keep us on track with our project management.

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Tuesdays with Talia: a procurement solution that's flexible and promotes visibility

Posted by Talia Mashiach Jan 27, 2017 2:30:00 PM

Talia discusses how, when in search for a procurement solution, companies often give up either flexibility or visibility. 

“During the last six or twelve months has had a lot of talk about payments. We are hearing about payment in the world overall and even more in the consumer market. Examples like Bit coin, Apple Pay, E-payments and all types of others. People are starting to look at it that it does not have to be done in the traditional way that it was done before.

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Topics: Tuesdays with Talia