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Let’s face it — capturing registrations through an online event website has made it really easy for event organizers like you to hit your registration targets. With a wide variety of online event management software such as GEVME readily available for your event needs, you are spoiled for choice. What’s the one deciding factor that could affect your event should you overlook it in Singapore?

Ensuring that your event website is PDPA-compliant.

Chances are, your website could be processing between 50 to more than 1000 registrations during your event registration period. You don’t want to have your website liable for any personal data protection issues just because one or two obligations of the PDPA act were not met.

Let’s take a look at how you can make your event website PDPA-compliant.

Post-event surveys are a great way to better understand your target audience. These surveys can reveal a lot of insights as to what your attendees liked and disliked about your event.

However, like every other form of feedback, post-event surveys may not be adequately designed all the time. The questions asked on the surveys may not be relevant enough to produce useful answers that you can use for the future.

Find some great tips here on how you can design post-event surveys along with other related factors.

An organization is required to make the necessary security arrangements to protect personal data in its possession or under its control as stated in The Protection Obligation of the Personal Data Protection Act in Singapore. You as an event organizer have to give your attendees a peace of mind when they submit their personal data to you. How should you go about keeping the personal data in your control secure?

Ticketing for a large conference can be quite overwhelming. After all, you need to manage and look after a number of other things as well. It therefore becomes quite difficult to manage ticketing for a large event.

We have come up with some amazing and useful information that you can use to organize your ticketing system for your conference. Here we will talk about how you can effectively manage your tickets using online ticketing systems.

Event professionals and marketers are a fun and sociable bunch. But make no mistake. They’re also competitive when grind time comes.

Did you know that 83% of B2B marketers are heavily invested in events? Moreover, 16.3% of event marketers increased their spending in 2016. And with more and more businesses seeing the value of face-to-face interactions, you can safely bet that these budgets will only increase as the years go by.

Dear GEVME,

My name is John, an IT Manager. Our company is about to organize a business event. This is the first event I’m going to plan and organize from the scratch. We already have an innovative SaaS solution and a list of famous speakers. People who are in the know will come for this event.

Do we really need all these “branding” stuff?  If the answer is yes, could you, please, suggest how I should brand my event?

Sending out thank you emails to the attendees of your event is the perfect way to let them know how much you care. It not only shows that you remembered them even after the event, but it also encourages them to come again for the next event you organize.

So, if you are looking for something to boost your popularity, it is time that you write a thank you email, after an event has taken place. Here you will find some great tips on how to write a great post-event thank you note.