Eight is Great!

This year GovEvents celebrates its eighth anniversary being the premier online resource for government and military events worldwide. GovEvents was created to provide a one-stop-shop for the government community to find the events that aid in their professional development, their organization's mission, and their business goals.


We're proud of the growth we've seen over the past eight years, but more importantly, we're thankful to the community that has made it possible. In that spirit, we wanted to provide our "Top 8" list of things you may not have known about GovEvents and the government events market.[Tweet "This year GovEvents celebrates its eighth anniversary . #GovEventsBlog"]


#8) When we launched, our team researched and posted approximately 90% of the events on the site. Today, that statistic is flipped with our members posting 90% of the events you see and the GovEvents team filling in the other 10%.


#7) Speaking of members, we have more than 80,000 registered members on our site driving the diversity and depth of the information our users have access to.


#6) We have over 500 on-demand webcasts available for viewing anywhere at any time.[Tweet "Over 500 on-demand webcasts are available on GovEvents. #GovEventsBlog"]


#5) At any given time, you'll find 700-1,000 upcoming events on our site. Currently, we have over 900.


#4) We have events listed for almost every state as well as a number of international locations including Budapest, Singapore, Rome, and Montreal to name a few.


#3) We've worked with hundreds of clients on over 800 marketing campaigns to assist them with event attendance, branding, and more.


#2) Over the years, technology, cybersecurity, and big data have been the #1 event topics.


#1) In the last eight years, we've listed over 20,200 events to help the government community make connections, get the training they need, and grow.[Tweet "In the last eight years, we've listed over 20,200 government events. #GovEventsBlog"]


Thank you for your support over these past eight years, and we look forward to the next eight. In fact, we'd love to hear your thoughts on what's working and what we can improve in the future. Let us know in the comments below.



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