Did you know: Communication without limits

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In recent times, we delved into attendee engagement – about how to make our attendees feel recognised and collaborative during events. To achieve this, a vital aspect to maintain is fluid and direct communication.

We have addressed this topic through “Communication without limits,” the fifth session of our instructional series “Did you know?” where we review lesser-known features and products of Eventscase.

Our platform has many communication channels but in this session we wanted to highlight all forms of automatic and email messaging that will allow event organisers to be in constant contact with their attendees.

No longer need to monitor

One of the advantages of automatic emails is that once they are configured, and activated, event organisers no longer need to monitor their delivery as they are sent as soon as “triggers” are met.

These automated emails are part of the “pre-event” stage because they can be set up before the event takes place and even before a list of attendees is defined.

Continuing the “attendee journey,” the platform can also help during the ”event” phase. Event organisers can use Eventscase to communicate with attendees in a spontaneous manner. This can be done through private messages, mass emailing, the RSVP function and even the sending of badges digitally.

Watch a 1-minute teaser of the session below:

If you want to enjoy the full session, remember that you have to register by clicking on the button below.

Stay tuned to our social networks as we will be announcing more sessions in the coming weeks. Cheers to constant learning!

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Mentxu Sendino

I'm Mentxu Sendino, CMO at EventsCase. I believe in content marketing as a brand value, a fundamental element on which to base the credibility of organisations.

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