Tag Archives: event registration

“Opt-Out” Clauses for the Attendee – DEATH for the Exhibitor’s Booth

Post authored by Michael Godsey, Senior Vice President of Market Development at Experient How’s that for a title? I know that’s a good bit of drama, and I think it comes from watching the movie Gladiator a little too much … Continue reading

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Attendee Marketing That Doesn’t Suck

Every show manager would like to increase the number of qualified attendees that attend their events, but that is easier said than done. Nowadays, with travel budgets tight and time out of the office scrutinized, you must make a compelling case to convince prospective attendees to spend the time and money to come to your event. Continue reading

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It’s Not About Badges Anymore

Post authored by Terence Donnelly, CMP – Vice President, Sales & Account Management at Experient First, it was about “who’s coming to the event” and whether you had a function room big enough (or small enough) to hold the number … Continue reading

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Onsite Registration: 6 Things to Remember

When it comes to onsite registration, keep the flow intuitive and handle the biggest needs first. Focus on keeping the lines moving. The customer service advantage will set the tone for a great event experience. Continue reading

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Event Organizers Use Data to Hit Homeruns

Successful data collection means we need to work backward. We have to start with a goal, then determine what we need to know. Continue reading

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6 Tips to Get Your Audience to Register Now

Driving attendance is the #1 goal of many event organizers. Why not use your registration process to help get those prospective attendees over the finish line. Continue reading

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