How and why you should customise your event’s goodies?
Creating an effective event communication strategy can be baffling for organisers. That’s why we would like to talk about a practice with proven effectiveness: giving out goodies.
Access control and searches, crowd surges, terrorist risk, sexual assault and extreme weather events... how can technology help you better anticipate risks and address incidents in the most effective way?
To prevent the pressure rising just before an event, when it is difficult to guess whether last minute sales will actually happen, there are marketing campaigns you can run to boost sales.
When you plan your first cashless event, it is essential to let your attendees know about it ahead of time. You will have to repeat explanations about how the system works in order to ensure that the entire audience knows. Otherwise, you are facing potential disputes and discontent - all easily avoided with a bit of preparation.
You’ve probably already wondered about the need for an internet connection at your event’s reception and access control areas or to sell products on site. Here are the answers to your most important questions with Weezevent’s solution.
To keep your event at the top of your attendees’ minds, you need to create consistency between the themes tackled and the visual experience. If these two elements are coordinated, your message will have a stronger impact - and that is what makes a successful event!
13.3 million English people live with a disability. You may not know this - as many disabilities are not visible - but it is very likely that disabled persons attend the events you organise.
At school, at home, in a leisure centre or on holidays, children always need discovery-based activities. Organising a workshop for kids is a good way to get them to have fun and learn while using their boundless energy.
Selling early bird - or pre-sales - tickets is generally considered a good idea when you organise events well in advance. By offering a 20 to 50% discount compared with the final sale price, you can really promote your event to future attendees.