“Our job is to make them look good. We create online registration forms customized by event, announce that registration has begun via email, customize their registration page, set up credit card processing and post forms to a website. We can email event reminders and even create name badges with bar codes. Revenue stats are collected and posted live, allowing the planner access to data 24/7,” Leipold added.
Some of the advantages of using such specialized software include keeping the event planner informed, improved service, accurate financial management and data – and organization.
Organization may be the tool needed most for successful meetings, conferences, trade shows and fundraisers. Pulling off a fruitful and effective event is enormously rewarding, but even the most organized and skilled event planner might look for help at some point. Taking advantage of technology, more and more event planners use event planning software to streamline efficiency, lower risks, keep costs down and increase attendance.
Capable of powering events from 100 attendees to 6,000 (or more), evoPlanning works closely with clients – whether first-timer event planners or seasoned pros. Their step-by-step guidance through the entire intricate process truly ensures a stellar event.
For more information, please visit: www.evoplanning.com
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