Today we are very excited to announce the launch of Invitees, a new feature which we’ve been working on for some time and which is aimed at improving your workflow in GEVME in general, and the way in which you manage your contact lists of prospective attendees at an event level.
At 9:00AM in the morning, attending a talk on an empty stomach might not be the best of ideas.
The “Cloud-Based Event Management for Governments and Enterprises” talk we held on July 30, 2015 had quite the breakfast spread. Scrambled eggs, sausages, croissants and potatoes were only some of the delicious morsels available.
When people perform searches, they want to get their answers fast. The less clicks required, the better.
Having to go through an advertisement before gaining access to information isn’t always ideal. Some websites, with the best of intentions, recommend visitors to download their native app. This concept materialises into an app interstitial before the actual page. Perhaps the viewing experience would be better. Maybe the app has capabilities not available on the website. Whatever the reason may be, it seems like visitors don’t sit well with this approach.
Growing your database of attendees can be a little difficult sometimes. You hope to see fresh faces with each new event you organise, but things don’t always work out that way. In this post, we will explore 8 ways that will help increase your list of attendees.
Many times, we are asked by our clients how and what an onsite event experience is. This in fact is something important which many do not focus on as while the main event itself can make or break it, the pre-event experience also carry through to it.