09 August 2022 | Catie Owen | CMW
Cvent, a US-based event management platform, saw Q2 revenue exceed expectations due to a ‘quick’ recovery of in-person meetings following Covid-19. Cvent announced Q2 revenue of $161m, which is a quarterly record for the company and an increase of 31.1% from Q2 of 2021.
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