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.

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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