If you are planning on organizing a conference or trade show, then you must make sure that you are ready to not only provide great content, but also great comfort. Among the checklist of “to-do’s” when pulling together all the loose ends to make your special event successful, pay particular attention to these two things:
- Attendee registration
- Badges and badge holders
To facilitate the entry management and the networking at your conference you should prepare name badges for your attendees. You can use online registration forms to collect badge information like name, company and current position. Professional event management software such as PassagePoint Express allows you to download entire attendee list with badge information or even make the badges for you. Avoid long lines the morning of your conference or trade show, your entry management needs to be well-organized and efficient. It is more efficient to use an electronic registration system vs. printed paper registration lists. Electronic registration can be completed within a few seconds for those who have not pre-registered. PassagePoint Express software offers such functionality, speed and ease of use. With its impressive upgrade path, PassagePoint Express software is the perfect solution for organizations that need complete visitor management without the extra security features. You can creat new visits and immediately populate fields by scanning a business card. Sign visitors in and print badges with one click! *
Now the attendee list and badges are all set, don’t forget to go the extra mile by providing appropriate event badge holders. Card Tech ID provides a huge line of badge accessories that can be custom imprinted to reflect your branding and contribute to a successful show. Badge Reels, custom printed lanyards, vinyl badge holders, and more.
Afterall, the first place attendees will be at your event, is the check-in table. First impressions are important and attendees are only patient for so long when waiting to receive their badges to enter the event. Long lines easily make attendees jump to the conclusion the event is poorly organized and can make guests feel uncomfortable.
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