The software for managing your attendees forwards completed registration forms to you? Good. But hopefully that’s not the full range of features, is it?
A software for your attendee management should consist of a few more features to support both you and everyone who attends your event.
We’ll show you which criteria are crucial to consider.
Alerts, warnings, press conferences – since last weekend, the Log4j vulnerability has been omnipresent and, the situation is serious. Companies must now take urgent action to ward off possible attacks from hackers. What does this mean for organizers and all data stored and processed in connection with a conference?
Last month, we published our first article on the Coronavirus pandemic (in German only), at a time when it wasn’t recognized as a pandemic. In view of the current situation, some of the statements we made didn’t age well – even if we referred to legitimate sources who since had to rectify their statements, too. The danger was generally underestimated in the beginning, particularly with regard to conferences. Time for an update and some decision guidance for conference organizers.
Online registration for your conference has started but it’s only on rare occasions someone comes across the website and even more rarely, someone actually completes the registration process.
Maybe you should have advertised it a bit more?
Our tips are here to prevent you from being greeted by a yawning void and will let you in on the art of enticing more people to attend your conference.
You’ve already used your event’s social media accounts to share a few things. Now that your attendees are about to arrive, it’s important to get the conversation going and live up to their expectations. If you follow our advice for successful online communication, you’ll never run out of ideas during and after your event.