Check out UrVenue’s tech at the 2024 Bar & Restaurant Expo.

March 14, 2024
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UrVenue Showcases Latest Venue Management Technology at the 2024 Bar & Restaurant Expo


  • UrVenue will showcase their venue management system at the Bar & Restaurant Expo in Las Vegas on March 19-20, 2024
  • Attendees can learn about booking engines, VIP table management, ticketing, revenue management, and more at booth #1514

Attendees of the 2024 Bar & Restaurant Expo will have the opportunity to learn about the latest venue management technology from UrVenue, a full-stack platform designed for bars, restaurants, nightclubs, and other lifestyle hospitality venues. The event will take place at the Las Vegas Convention Center on March 19th and 20th, where attendees can visit UrVenue’s booth #1514 to explore the capabilities of the platform.

UrVenue’s technology enables operators to drive commerce, streamline operations, and enhance the guest experience. Through product demonstrations, attendees can learn about various features such as booking engines, VIP table management, ticketing, revenue management, and more. The platform aims to help venues maximize revenue and provide a seamless booking journey for guests.

Key industry experts, including Bryan Bass from Evening Entertainment Group and Scott Hudson from OpenTable, will be present to share insights and best practices with attendees. Conversations with industry professionals will provide valuable information on how to leverage technology to improve operations and guest experiences.

UrVenue’s presence at the expo demonstrates their commitment to supporting the hospitality industry and helping operators unlock incremental profit through innovative technology solutions. By showcasing their platform at the event, UrVenue aims to connect with new operators and communicate the successes they have achieved with their current clients and partners.

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