1. Digitalized check-in
Already standard for larger events, not yet very common for smaller events. Digital check-in makes every event appear professional. Guests receive a ticket with a QR code, online or printed, and present it at the entrance. The ticket is then scanned and checked in using our own check-in app. This records who arrived at what time and checking in at an event is much quicker than reading names from an Excel list.
2. Online registrations
Sending an event confirmation by email is possible, but it is no longer appropriate. Online registration for an event is more suitable. No matter what size. Point 2 in our list completes point 1. Guests register online and receive a ticket. This can be a PDF ticket to print out or an online ticket on your mobile phone. Online registration allows you to obtain more detailed information and manages registrations clearly and easily. No clutter of Excel lists and always an up-to-date status of registrations. Online registrations are quick to set up and really help with organization.
3. Gamification at the event
Quests and rewards. Guests are given a task and receive a reward after solving it. This motivates people to participate and significantly increases the interaction rate of an event and should no longer be missing from any event. Such quests and tasks can be easily integrated into an on-site event using web apps. This can be done online directly on the screen. If you solve a task, points or coins are awarded. These can then be exchanged for vouchers, free drinks or other gifts. Gamification makes an event more exciting and encourages your guests to interact more. This way you can attract your guests to each individual trade fair stand or have cool photos of the event posted.