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The City of Richmond, BC Canada, is a culturally diverse and geographically unique city and, with a population of more than 200,000 residents, has been experiencing rapid growth and change. Richmond’s recreation and cultural division has grown along with the city, and in 2011 they partnered with Eproval (also known as Mountain Interactive Inc.) to develop an event application and approval solution to streamline and automate the various bottlenecks in their process.

To learn more about the development of the original Eproval solution and its lasting positive effects on the City, read full article

Managing Events in the Digital Era

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Eproval to attend 63rd IFEA Convention: Changing Perspectives in the Event Industry

VANCOUVER, September 26, 2018 - From October 1-3, Eproval will be heading to San Diego, CA, to attend the 63rd International Festivals & Events Association (IFEA) Convention. This year's theme, Changing Perspectives, aims to provide its attendees with access to...

Top 6 Challenges for Event Offices in 2019

October 24, 2018 IFEA CONFERENCE WRAP UP In early October, our team attended the 63rd International Festival & Event Convention in San Diego, California. The event provided some great insights into the event industry, event tourism, new event technology, and some...

#EventPermit: Why does an event need a permit?

The new #EventPermit column as seen in International Festivals & Events Association's Fall issue of "ie" Magazine.Most communities recognize that events are more than just a celebration; they are valuable community assets. Events are image-makers, they attract...

#EventPermit: To Charge or Not To Charge

December 01, 2018Should we charge events for a Special Event Permit? What should we charge? Are we charging enough? Are our fees equitable and reflective of the type and size of events we host?These are just some of the questions that Special Event Office staff (and...

#EventPermit: Event Tourism, It’s Not Just About Celebrations

Providing oversight for events held on municipal lands to ensure safety and minimize disruption is important, but most local and state/provincial governments have a greater investment in the success of their events. They are leveraging events as another tourism...