Airports. The Post Office. The DMV. There are a lot of reasons to hate visiting these places, and long lines might be the worst reason of all. Long lines = stress, and that’s not the first emotion we want our attendees to feel when they arrive at our conferences, meetings and trade shows. As an event industry, we need to start thinking seriously about real solutions for our check-in and registration desk woes, unless we risk adding “Attending Conferences” to the list of most-hated activities. Fortunately, innovative event managers are addressing this issue head-on, and are leading the path to new, modernized event arrival experiences.
Outlining solutions that scale all sizes and scopes of events, this webcast will take you on a tour of best practices and better solutions to make your event check-in a modern, seamless experience. You’ve always wondered what you don’t know about event check-in technology, so bring your questions and get the insight you need to improve your registration desk at your next event.
In this webinar you will learn:
- The new and emerging capabilities for today’s onsite registration tools
- Equipment needs for events of all sizes, and analysis of buying vs renting
- How to evaluate your options, from DIY solutions to full-service providers
Earn CEUs: The Events Industry Council has reviewed the learning objectives of this activity and has indicated that attendees will receive 1 CE hours in the Marketing Domain of the CMP or CMP-HC Standards.
Kevin Yanushefski, Product Marketing Manager at Cvent. Kevin has been with Cvent since 2009, with responsibilities ranging from launching new products, creating educational content, and driving registration for over 1000 live events annually, including the 2,500 attendees of Cvent CONNECT. He's made just about every mistake in the book when it comes to event marketing, and is passionate about sharing what he's learned along the way. When not at Cvent, he moonlights as a movie buff/craft beer enthusiast/open mic rock star, and is frequently found at karaoke night. Kevin graduated from the University of Virginia where he studied Psychology and Economics, and currently lives in Raleigh, NC.
Joe Skiados, Senior Manager for Onsite Solutions at Cvent. Joe has over a decade of technology experience mostly related to events. He is currently a Senior Manager for Onsite Solutions at Cvent, helping customers with an array of technology affecting the attendee journey. Before joining Cvent, he was a senior sales executive at TRC among other technology sales roles. Joe earned his Bachelor of Science in Visual Arts from Radford University.