Can you imagine that you have to write and then manually send email messages to a few hundred or a few thousand participants? Neither can we!
They were designed by Denso-Wave from Japan, back in 1994, and intended for storing large amounts of data – and it is not without reason that they have been so popular in the world of events and with event managers.
Scientific conferences constitute a unique type of events. They are organised by committees and universities, they have guests arriving, and they follow a slightly different set of requirements, than “ordinary” events.
If you are an event organiser, you have probably already realised how important it is for the success of the entire event to acquire participants quickly – if possible, directly after opening registration, which would be ideal.
A website is like a flagship. It is the element that will attract or discourage potential participants of your event.
According to research, we do not read terms and conditions we accept. Most of us only scan the document without actually reading it for details.
I receive great many questions from you, in which you ask me if it is possible to handle a number of events at the same time, using a single CONREGO subscription.
In my last post, I have discussed the best methods of solving the problem of running paid and free-of-charge registrations simultaneously, as part of a single registration process, using types of participation, invitation codes, and discount codes. However, it may be insufficient to assign rates alone.
Organisers of events often look for solutions that enable the registration for a paid event, and at the same providing free-of-charge registration to a specific group of guests.
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?