EVENT WEBSITE & GUEST REGISTRATION
Event Website Builder
Build your event web page within minutes using drag-and-drop templates that allows your guests to sign up and view event information such as Agenda and Speakers Profiles.
Open registration to the public or restrict it to only invited guests. Customise your data fields based on your guest's group.
Event Email Builder
Create beautiful and personalised emails that display nicely across all screen sizes using our drag-and-drop builder.
Email Marketing (EDM Blasting)
Send out invitation and marketing emails to your invited guests by simply importing them from excel. Send different emails to different guest groups using filters.
On-site Registration App
Get guests registered speedily using our on-site check-in app. You can either have guests self-register using their QR code or have your personnel stationed at the counter to quickly register them.
SMS and Push Notifications
Notify your guests immediately of important announcements using SMS and push notifications.
Name Badge Printing
Print name badges instantly upon guest check-in. Embed QR Code and NFC feature into badges for event networking.
Signup and Attendance Analytics
Download reports with information about your guests from signup to check-in. Track the effectiveness of your emails by their open and read rates.
MICEPAD RSVP IN ACTION
Follow Jason’s Journey in signing up for a financial forum using Micepad RSVP
Jason is private banking customer who is invited by his relationship manager, Nicole, to attend a financial forum.
Jason, and also other guests, are sent an email from Nicole using Micepad RSVP. The email describes what the event is about and invites him to sign up by visiting the website.
At the website, Jason views information about the forum such as speakers’ profiles and the agenda. He is very interested so he proceeds to fill up the registration form.
After a successful signup, Jason receives an email confirmation with his QR Code for the forum. He is also occasionally sent update emails about the forum.
At the event, Jason proceeds to self check-in using one of the iPads at the counters and gets his badge printed. It only takes him a minute and there is no queue.
Immediately, Jason’s relationship manager Nicole receives a text that he has arrives. Nicole proceeds to receive him and networks with him.
The event was a success. Nicole is able to check how many of her clients have signed up and attended. She sends those who have attended a link to the event feedback form.