Tools to Conference Management

Conference Management

These tools help people track conferences happening in their field and also organize and manage conferences.

etouches

FEE

intermediate

 

“etouches is a global on-demand suite of integrated software applications that help organizations perform every function in the event planning lifecycle. etouches offers tools for: registration, budgeting, project management, scheduling, event microsite, seating, surveying, event marketing, booth purchasing, networking, and mobile applications.”

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Eventbrite

FREEMIUM

beginner

 


“Eventbrite enables people all over the world to plan, promote, and sell out any event—from photography and yoga classes to sold out concerts and festivals.” Eventbrite provides “everything you need to sell tickets and manage registration for any kind of event. It allows you to organize successful events in three easy steps: create an event webpage; promote your event; and manage event entry.”

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Evite

FREEMIUM

beginner

 

“With more than 22 million registered users and over 25,000 invitations sent each hour, Evite is the top online invitation and social planning website. Unlike a printed invitation, you and your guests get the party started right on your online invitation: you pick the design, give the party a title and write a personal message to guests, and guests add comments with their replies…. You choose the invitation features you want, and your guest replies are tracked automatically so you always have an accurate headcount.”

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Lanyrd

FREE

beginner

 


“With a host of events around the world, Lanyrd allows you to add events, discover new and exciting conferences, and track your friends to see what events they are attending.” Lanyrd helps you you to: “find fascinating events [by seeing] where your friends are speaking or going, find[ing] conferences near you, or brows[ing] conferences by topic... enjoy a better event [by tracking] what’s going on during the conference, even if you’re not there. [by sharing] who’s tweeting what and what links are hot… and catch up afterwards [by viewing] slides, video, and podcasts from conferences you attended or tracked.”

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