This will increase ticket sales for the conference you’re planning now, and provide a residual effect for conferences moving forward. People truly remember killer content, and it’s a huge factor in terms of considering what sells registrations.
You can begin simplifying speaker management today by focusing on how you can make things more streamlined for both yourself AND the speaker.
By ending your event with the start in mind, you’ll find that your debrief sessions are targeted, powerful tools for evaluating event success?
When conference planning, keep in mind that attendees who you take on a journey are likely those who will show up at your events again and again.
Events take time, energy, and effort. They are also a significant investment. To prevent yourself from reaching the end of your event and finding it hasn’t been profitable, check out these Top 10 tips for a profitable event.
Everyone who attends your event, from the delegates to the speakers, needs somewhere to sit. You’ll want to know the difference between cabaret style and theatre seating so you can communicate clearly with your vendors and ensure your guests will be as comfortable as possible.
By the time the day of an actual event arrives, you’ve already spent a great deal of time and money marketing your conference and attempting to attract delegates. The most important piece of marketing, however, is only just beginning: you NEED to nurture delegates.
If you’re just starting the event planning process, we’d like to offer a few tips that might help guide you through the process of finding the perfect event or conference venue.
It’s time to invest in an automated event registration process that will save you time and automate your delegate’s registration experience once and for all! If you’re not sure where to start, Auaha would love to help you get started.