Time and again, we have discussed about why you should absolutely have an Event Registration Software in the first place. Today however, we will additionally discuss the main features that you should keep an eye on while evaluating such an app before your upcoming event, conference or tradeshow.
How the use of event registration software can increase attendance to your events? To invent or find ways to make any seminar, conference or event most-attended, successful and interesting for interested parties and prospects is the biggest challenge for all organizers. Online solutions now play a pivotal role in making an event a huge hit.
I am asked frequently enough by clients or just people in the event professionals world, whether the benefit of group registration is worth it when it comes to choosing the best event registration software. Is it really that hard for a company sending a group of attendees to a conference to register themselves individually?
A good registration experience is the key to making a good first impression with your attendees. You don’t want your registrants to have to take more steps than necessary to confirm that they will be at your event. The ease of the registration process contributes to attendees’ impression of your organization and your event.
Organizing an event is a task in itself. From planning the event, venue set-up, to finding sponsors, marketing the event, there is lot that is involved in organizing an event. Apart from this, the presence of attendees is what makes the event a huge success eventually.
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The image above shows a hologram of Stephen Hawking participating in a conference at the Sydney Opera House in Australia using Cisco’s TelePresence system. According to Hawking it was his first experience appearing as a hologram from his office in Cambridge, England.
Disruption in an industry can come from unlikely places. Think about how quickly the events industry has changed in the past decade alone. Technology is moving quicker than ever and the events we experience today are not what they’ll be even a year from now.
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