Trade show, gift voucher, workshop, ball…online ticketing for everyone!

Trade show, gift voucher, workshop, ball…online ticketing for everyone!

Online ticketing is not just for organising cultural events. Weezevent’s ticketing solution is used by a multitude of event organisers of all kinds.

Create ticketing to:

Organise a running race

Weezevent is suitable to organise running races. Indeed, the platform offers several possibilities:

  • Downloading your participants’ medical certificates, if necessary, using the registration form
  • Offering to sell goodies or by-products at the end of the order (T‑shirt, caps, etc.) using cross-selling
  • Turning the e‑ticket into a bib collection voucher using the pairing mode

Read our dedicated article to find out more on how to use Weezevent to plan a running race.

Organise a workshop, a class or a session

Many organisers use Weezevent for cooking classes, sewing workshops or escape game sessions.

You can set up a session mode for your repetitive events, which will allow participants to choose the date they wish to attend.

The session mode does not allow participants to select multiple dates for the same order since it relates to the same event occurring repeatedly. If this mode does not suit you, you can create different ticket types.

In the context of an escape game session, for example, where a minimum number of participants is required, you can apply a minimum quantity per order when setting up your price. We recommend that you apply a quota to your tickets to avoid being overwhelmed on D‑day.

Sell gift vouchers

Even if it is a step away from event planning, many of our customers use Weezevent to sell gift vouchers, whether for beauty salons or parachute jumps.

If you wish to sell gift vouchers, we recommend that you create a form and make the attendee fields (surname, first name) mandatory. Therefore, when a person places an order for a gift voucher, he or she will be able to enter the first and last name of the recipient of the voucher. This information will appear on the e‑ticket and in the list of participants.

In the case of a gift voucher it is also preferable not to display the dates of your event on the e‑ticket since the beneficiary will be able to benefit from the voucher over a given period of time from the date of purchase, also specified on the e‑ticket.

Create a fundraising campaign

It is also quite common to use Weezevent to collect donations or raise money.

In this case, we recommend that you apply the “pay what you want” option to your ticket type. Then your participants are free to give what they want. You can also, if you wish, apply a minimum amount to your “pay what you want” option to cover certain expenses related to your event.

Organise a professional event: conferences, professional meetings, trade shows, seminars and team building events

Weezevent is very often used to organise a professional event because of the features offered, which are specially designed for this type of event. In particular, customisation of A6 badges is highly appreciated and adapted to this type of event. Weezevent also allows you to moderate registrations for your event, so you can then regulate accreditations.

For example, the E‑Tourism fair created its ticketing using Weezevent.

Organise a graduation or an award ceremony

Weezevent is also very popular for graduation or award ceremonies. For this type of event, it is customary to apply a maximum number of selectable tickets (usually 2 per order), which allows graduates or nominees to invite someone to accompany them. Moderation is also often applied to regulate registrations.

Plan your next party with friends

Few know it, but many of our organisers are private individuals and some of them use Weezevent to organise parties, galas or even student parties. Indeed, the ticketing solution  allows them to collect everyone’s contribution to the costs (food, drink…). Their event being private, they choose to create a private mini-site accessible with a password, so as not to see strangers knocking on their door.

It’s up to you to organise your next event!

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