So you are planning an event and you need to build a website. Now what? Before you dive in, you need to plan for a website that will not only communicate about your event, but that will also captivate the attention of the users so they actually sign up for your event (why would you want a website that doesn’t convert, right?). But building an engaging event website is about more than just adding an image and writing a few paragraphs about the event.

Picture this: You are putting together a new event and in order to make it happen you need to invite speakers, sponsors, and exhibitors. Between phone calls, email exchanges, and spreadsheets, you need to keep your sanity and track all applications, while gathering and publishing information from successful applicants. Sounds familiar? Managing speakers, sponsors, and exhibitors doesn't need to be a pain. We are proud to introduce you to Workflows!

If you are running a learning-based event, like a conference or convention, your event speakers will be one of the most important considerations to make. They are the top reason why people are signing up for your event. Whether you have four or 40 speakers, having an established process to onboard them will guarantee smooth collaboration and leave a long lasting impression.