For many event managers, the post-event follow up can prove just as valuable as the marketing, promotions, and outreach leading up to it. A well-executed follow-up plan not only engages and informs your attendees, but it creates an intentional, ongoing relationship which both parties can benefit greatly from.
Category: Event Ideas
Satisfaction surveys are the best way to gather valuable feedback from the perspective that matters most: that of your event attendees!
You’ve probably heard of specially-priced discounts like the “early bird special” or the urgent “save now sign up today” - among many others. Events that offer special pricing for individuals that register by a certain date, or who are under/over a certain age are using Tiered Pricing.
Organic leads are valuable enough because they require little effort, time, or money on your end to reach them - because they’re coming right to you. Beyond that, word of mouth referral leads are even more valuable because they come from a trusted source: your brand advocates.
Every event should have a mission, and as the event organizer, you should be able to recite it in a few quick and clear sentences. Just like an elevator pitch for a business idea, the mission of your event will tell others what you hope to accomplish by hosting the affair.
Outdoor events can require a particular amount of planning. Read on for the best ways to have your volunteers help you turn your outdoor event into a success!
While event planning doesn’t always have to follow the seasons, there are a few considerations that should be made for the warmest months of the year - especially if your event is outdoors!