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5 ideas for retaining your attendees after an event

An event is never over. When all the attendees have gone home, a new story is just beginning. We recommend that you keep an event alive beyond D-day in order to strengthen your bond with attendees and prepare the rest of your projects. In this article, we provide you with 5 ideas for retaining your attendees after an event.

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5 best practices for managing your event staff

How can you protect your staff in the event of an epidemic? What tools can help you in this process? What’s the maximum number of attendees you can accommodate while ensuring their safety? In this article, we provide you with ideas for organising your future events by preparing for these issues as much as possible.

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Places of worship and religious events: Managing registrations and entries

Since the appearance of Covid-19, various measures have been taken by governmental and local authorities to limit the spread of the virus at gatherings, including a maximum number of people in a space, physical distancing between groups, and so on. Simple solutions allow you to manage registrations and entries to your religious events and places of worship while respecting the protective measures.

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5 reasons to communicate by email before your event

As the opening of your event approaches, your role is to communicate with your attendees to ensure that everything goes according to plan. In this article, Thomas, our customer relations and path-to-purchase specialist, and Product Owner of WeezTarget, gives you 5 good reasons to communicate with your attendees by email before your event.

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