Join the Registration Revolution: Smart strategies to reduce your registration workload
Event registration has been revolutionized by new technology.
Smart event organizers are streamlining their registration process, while providing new levels of personalization to accommodate multiple types of attendees.
Join our registration revolutionaries from Emerald, Visit by GES, and BetterUp who will discuss the best reg strategies to suit your event goals. Their manifesto will include registration with conditional rules, multilingual options, status segmentation and more.
In this webinar, you'll discover:
- The latest trends from the world’s leading organizers that have implemented registration technology at scale
- How to save hundreds of hours setting up and managing registrations
- Top tips for avoiding expensive third-party integration woes
- How to integrate registration into your tech stack easily
The revolution might not be televised. But this webinar will be.
Panelists joining this discussion
Guy Caiola, Digital Products and Partnerships at Emerald
Guy is responsible for Emerald's event technology, which involves connecting over 1.9 million customers across 142 events. He oversees the management, implementation, execution and measurement of Emerald's extensive portfolio of online and in-person events.
Adam Miller, Strategic Education and Consultancy Manager at Visit by GES
Adam is one of the industry’s leading lights on event registration. He has years’ of experience helping the world’s biggest conferences and trade shows implement advanced registration systems. Organizers like Hyve, DMG Events and Informa all benefit from his strategic advice on how to streamline registration and empower participants.
Elijah Clark-Ginsberg, Senior Brand Experiential Manager at BetterUp
Elijah spent nearly a decade building HubSpot's INBOUND event, including scaling its registration and event tech stack as it grew from 5,000 to 28,000+ registrants. He's now at BetterUp, where he manages the registration strategy for an event portfolio ranging from large conferences to intimate retreats.
Hew Leith, SVP of Marketing at Grip