The sole purpose of an event invitation is to get potential participants to register and show up for the event. What does a good invitation look like?
08-Feb-2019 10:40:00 | Linda Lönnqvist
The game has changed. The market is full of solutions that promise to save your time, make your day easier and, perhaps, boost your efficiency. There is a huge range to choose from: apps for your phone, add-ons for your CRM, widgets for your browser and services provided in the cloud.
13-Oct-2015 09:16:16 | Petri Hollmén
"Our events are really small and infrequent, we can handle the registration manually."
"There's no point in getting an entire event management system just for this, it's just a small one-off event."
I get this from prospects all the time. Personally I think it's absurd to use the size of an event as an indicator for how much effort and investment it warrants. The goal or purpose of the event should be the main concern here.
17-Sep-2015 12:30:00 | Lyyti
18-Jun-2015 16:48:00 | Linda Lönnqvist
Let's talk about the amount of people at your events. Are you content with the amount of sold tickets? Without participants there would, of course, be no event at all. It is, however, just as crucial to get a one-time participant to fall in love and keep coming back to your events, as it is to establish the initial connection for their first event experience.
It is easy to get stuck in a rut with events that are held regularly. Year after year, the speakers may change but the overall vibe of your event stays the same. Sometimes it is good to take a step back, evaluate your event and ask yourself how to keep the honeymoon going with your attendees?
Subject tag: Event Attendance