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May 31, 2023

Say Hello to the “New” AnyRoad!

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“Any road will take you there.” - George Harrison’s “Any Road”

What started as a song lyric has become a 10-year journey for AnyRoad, both as an experiential marketing platform and as a brand. Since our founding, we have understood that experiential marketing isn’t just important — it’s transformative. 

And today, more and more brands are adopting this mindset; investing in memorable experiences and events that result in greater brand awareness, loyalty, and revenue. We’re seeing the future of the experience economy unfold: it’s evolving. It’s a fact that brand experiences, such as brand home tours, field activations, and retail store events, aren’t where they started when we first came on the scene in 2013. 

We’re moving forward into the future, which means we’re evolving side-by-side with the industry. Together, we’ll drive the experience economy forward towards new moments and growth. This is why we’re thrilled to unveil a new AnyRoad look to match our mission.

So, hello! Welcome to our new site and brand. But don’t think this is all the bells and whistles we have in store for you.

This is just the beginning. 

Close your eyes. And then open them again because you’re in the middle of reading this. Imagine where your brand will be in the next 5 to 10 years; what experiences are you offering to engage your fans and customers? How are you innovating your IRL events? 

These are questions we asked ourselves too. And every Roadie is using this new look as a re-dedication to innovation in the experience field. We commit to arming our customers with the latest tech they need to deliver a world-class experience, as we’ve done for Diageo, Absolut, Westfield, JustEgg, The Kentucky Bourbon Trail, and many more industry leaders.

We at AnyRoad will empower and embolden our users, from marketers to operators, with the data and insights they need to deliver on their goals – like increased revenue, improved brand conversion, and automated first-party data collection. 

Brands need experiences to become part of their customers’ lives. And we’re here to help through the journey of life-long fans. When we thought about our new look, we wanted to convey the forward movement and bright future of the experience economy.

Experiential marketing needs data, insights, and tools to see a vision become a reality. With our new look, we’re bringing a new energy, focus, and dedication to the game. So get ready to enter a bright new age of the Experience Economy.

AnyRoad will take you there.

- Jonathan and Daniel Yaffe, CEO, and COO, co-founders of AnyRoad

Step 1: Evaluate Your Scheduling Software Needs

Before researching online booking systems, evaluating your business needs is essential. After all, you don’t want to overspend on bells and whistles when you only need an online form. For newer events looking to scale, a more sophisticated system might be the goal but not the starting point.

Consider the type and size of your business, the nature of your services, and the volume of transactions you handle. For instance, if you run tours and tastings, you should look at solutions meant for high-volume enterprises that can include add-on shirts, beer steins, and more.

Scheduling Software Flowchart

We made a helpful flowchart to help you decide if you’re ready to invest fully in online bookings or look into a free scheduling app, like Google Forms, as a better starting point.

As someone trying to make smart investment decisions, you don’t want to buy a booking and ticketing solution that doesn’t meet your needs. Use our guided questions to determine where you are in your investment journey.

Booking System flowchart
Use the flow to gauge where you are on your journey!

2. Compare Booking Page Features and Pricing

Booking Page Features

Once you have a clear idea of your business needs, you can compare online booking systems that meet your criteria. Have a list of your most essential needs and what would be nice for you to have. Some features you should consider including on your list include:

  • Website integration
  • Branded booking page
  • Configurability to match your brand
  • Payment processing and add-on sales
  • Automated reminders
  • Automatic data analysis
  • Feedback collection and analysis
  1. Website integration
  2. Branded booking page
  3. Configurability to match your brand
  4. Payment processing and add-on sales
  5. Automated reminders
  6. Automatic data analysis
  7. Feedback collection and analysis






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