The latest news from the STQRY team

February 2022: Apps Gone Live

As we look back on the apps released during February, one word comes to mind: history. We’re proud to see so many new digital assets that serve as guides and tours for those wishing to explore. Several apps highlight beautiful walking trails, while one is a companion guide for a book festival. Keep scrolling to check out the new apps that came out last month. There’s truly something for everyone! 

Case Study: The National Library of New Zealand

The National Library of New Zealand's three tiered mission is to collect, connect, and co-create knowledge to power New Zealand. In alignment with this mission, the team at NLNZ wanted to offer their collection in multiple languages and sign language to bring these stories to life in new ways. They enlisted the help of the STQRY platform to realize this goal.

Job Opening: Account Executive - Australia and New Zealand

We're looking for a bit of help at STQRY. We like to think we're doing our bit to make a dent in the culture and heritage and tourism space but there's so much more to be done.

Watch the 2022 STQRY Summit On-Demand

We collaborated with global industry leaders spanning 3 continents to bring you the virtual 2022 STQRY Summit (March 7-11), watch all sessions now available on-demand!

Meet the STQRY Team: Discussing career, business and powerful products with Glen Barnes, CPO

As the former CEO and Founder of My Tours, and now the Chief Product Officer at STQRY, Glen Barnes has been through an incredible journey in the tech industry while traveling around the world. We interviewed Glen regarding his life at STQRY, and some critical decisions that led to his success as an innovative, entrepreneurial leader today.

January 2022: Apps Gone Live

Our newest apps have started 2022 with a bang! With plenty of walking tours to choose from that will take you all over the world, we’re excited to see so many apps highlighting historic towns and landmarks. We also released an app that focuses more on the sciences, and one that serves as a companion guide for a gallery by an accomplished artist. Keep reading to check them out!

Meet the STQRY Team: Talking travel, art and marketing with Genevieve Hauck

Genevieve Hauck joined the STQRY team in 2019. Everyday she plays a crucial role in delivering STQRY’s message to museums, historic sites, parks, tour operators, and other organizations looking to improve the accessibility of their services through technology. This week, we sat down with Genevieve and talked about her journey as an art enthusiast, frequent traveler and now SaaS marketing specialist. 

Privacy and Security: Things to Consider When Launching an App

When it comes to privacy, you have nothing to worry about with the STQRY App Builder. In this article, we answer the most commonly asked security question: Do your apps collect data? Learn about why this question is important and how we address privacy concerns. 

10 Features to Look for in a Museum App for Your Visitors

When visitors come to your museum, you want them to be engaged, immersed, and excited to come back. Done right, a museum app can be one of the most effective and affordable ways to engage each and every visitor. You can use your museum app to provide context and storytelling, as well as to share important resources.

Top Museum Conferences You Don’t Want to Miss in 2022

With travel restrictions being lifted and vaccination being rolled out globally, 2022 has become a critical year for museums to come together and refine strategies for recovery. In today’s blog post, we will introduce the top six conferences that can help you re-connect with fellow museum professionals and enhance your museum’s digital presence in 2022.

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