It may seem that the issue discussed in this post belongs to those obvious ones. However, it is often the case that the things we see as easy, at first glance, soon become problematic, because we have ignored them before.
Event organisers often ask me questions, regarding controlling the traffic of participants and their access to selected rooms/zones, during events.
Each registration system has an inherent mechanism of sending email messages, even if it is the simplest system possible. How can one prepare messages to ensure that they do not end up in the SPAM folder?
Are you planning to organise a paid event? It is likely that you are taking into consideration different variants of collecting payments.
The majority of event organisers must face the problem of printing ID badges.
Let’s say you have done a thorough research. After weeks of testing and discussions your team has finally reached a decision. You are about to implement one of the event apps.
I am frequently asked by organisers of events about the problems they encounter at work. One of the most common problems is the issue of correct reception areas handling.