A few months ago, we started to run a series of interviews with our clients. We decided to do that because we wanted to share their best practices for planning events and B2B meetings with the world.
Like it or not, aesthetics rule the internet. The event industry is not an exception.
Whether you’re about to plan a business conference, a small workshop, or a medical congress, an attractive event website can help you communicate your value proposition and attract more attendees. However, apart from the all the other crazy amount of logistic tasks you must take care of, building, updating, and maintaining an attractive event website can become a nightmare.
Have you ever used Word to create and print custom event badges? If not, consider yourself lucky. If you have, we understand your pain: a seemingly easy task can transform into a nightmare in matter of seconds. Setting up the labels, for example, may take hours, no matter how much Word experience you have, and the badge printing itself often ends up with many failed attempts or headaches.
Early bird discounts and coupon codes are the surest way to your audience’s heart. You can offer them as an expression of your loyalty to certain types of attendees or as an incentive for those attendees who’ll spread the word about your event. You can also use early bird discounts and coupon codes as an experimentation tool for different pricing strategies.
When it comes to running events without the help of a professional planner, building online event registration forms is one of the most underestimated steps. Many marketing departments, chambers of commerce, SMEs, and startups (among others) will settle for using this mechanism as a way to just track the attendance rate and gather basic data to print badges.
If you are anything like me, you probably don’t read articles about how to plan successful events. Why waste your time, when there are much better ways to become an outstanding event professional?
Eventtia assisted to ComInTech Congress organized by MPI France (Meeting Professionals International) on April 8th & 9th. This event gathered 300 event professionals sharing knowledge, talks, and skills about event technology. This 2 days format included plenary sessions, networking time, workshops and innovation meetings.
Ok you will say Eventtia is still young! Indeed, we started our adventure one year ago and our previous designs were good. But we strongly want to keep innovation at the heart of our development. Thanks to a dynamic team of engineers, designers and marketers, we are proud to show you the new platform that will make your events succeed.