There are a number of aspects that go into hosting a successful event. From planning, execution, to post-event feedback management, there is a lot to get done. One of the most vital elements you need to manage is the event registrations process.
It is crucial to know who will be attending your event and to have their contact details on hand should you need to communicate any changes or additional information.
At Flock, we believe that using technology is a great way of ensuring success. There are many benefits to using an electronic event registration solution instead of managing RSVPs manually, the obvious benefits being it saves you time and money. It is a lot less admin intensive as the system does the heavy lifting and you’re left with a streamlined list of attendees and their details.
Flock Eventing Platform recently kicked off its Webinar Series for this year with an expert panel discussion around the 12 Top Event Trends of 2021.
Flock’s first webinar proved to be a powerhouse of information for anyone who wants to learn more about holding events in 2021 and beyond.
Hosted by MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Exhibitions) ambassador, Thami Nkadimeng, it was the first of many sessions aimed at businesses and event organisers who are shifting their attention to how to engage with audiences and customers virtually during, and after the COVID-19 pandemic.
The end of the year is fast-approaching, and with it, year-end functions and celebrations! 2020 has put us all through the wringer and the way we work, socialize and celebrate has changed — perhaps indefinitely. That doesn’t mean you can’t throw an amazing celebration! Flock Eventing Platform makes it possible for you to throw a virtual year-end function with an exciting programme and fun ways to virtually connect.
Our webinar series has been a huge hit, and one of the firm favourites of the series is the 15 minute session on some tips and tricks to running successful and memorable virtual events, hosted by Calley Hayward.
At Flock, both Mike Lysko and Calley tend to be in the front line of what event planners request for their virtual events, ranging from smaller events to those with hundreds of participants, each with specific needs, so these tips and tricks come from experience of seeing what works, what could work better, and what should be skipped altogether.