Cvent, Inc., based in Tysons Corner, Va, announced its intention to hire more than 1,000 people globally. After a strong 2017 and adding on several thousand new customers, the hiring will help fuel Cvent’s future growth.

“We are looking to find the best talent with a passion for customer success and for transforming the meetings and events industry,” said Reggie Aggarwal, founder and CEO of Cvent. “Cvent has continued to steadily grow from a small startup in 1999, to the globally recognized software leader with more than 3,000 employees. While our growth has been rapid, our winning culture – and our unwavering focus on our employees – has remained core to what we do.”

To support the expanded headcount in 2018, Cvent will add more than 140,000 square feet of office space worldwide, including 75,000 square feet to its headquarters in Tysons Corner making it 200,000 total square feet. Many of the new employees will be hired at its headquarters, in addition to its domestic offices in Austin, Boston, Atlanta, Portland, Dallas, Draper (Utah), Fredericton (Canada), and its international offices in London, Singapore, Melbourne (Australia) and New Delhi. Cvent also plans to open offices in Dubai and Germany later this year.

The 1,000 new hires will join a company that has won numerous awards as a great place to work. Cvent has been named one of the Top Workplaces by the Washington Post five years in a row and has been recognized as one of the best places to work by the Washington Business Journal seven times.

For more information and a list of open positions, visit www.cvent.com/careers and follow the hashtag #CventNation on Twitter and Instagram.

Cvent, Inc. is a leading cloud-based enterprise event management company with more than 3,000 employees, 25,000 customers and 300,000 users worldwide. Cvent offers software solutions to event planners for online event registration, venue selection, event management, mobile apps for events, email marketing, and web surveys.

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