Last Updated on August 13, 2021
Every event requires some sort of ticketing, ranging from a simple RSVP list to in-depth, data driven software systems. This week we are going to focus on the latest happenings in the ticketing world. It’s critical to have as accurate attendee numbers as possible to set a budget and ensure a smooth running event. It’s a waste of budget to over order on your catering or not have enough hotel rooms on site due to an oversold event.
This closely follows our series from last week that looked at current innovation that is changing the event industry.
Check out our pieces on:
Should You Worry About Scalpers as an Event Planner?: Having a sold out event is great, but then come the inevitable scalpers. How are you going to deal with and combat it?
Paper vs. Online Invitations and RSVPs: It is well known that paper invitations have been long left in the dust. Is there a time when those are appropriate? If so, how is the best way to deal with it?
Using RFID at Events: From paper invitations to RFID bracelets, see how far this technology has come and how to implement it at your next event.
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