Planning corporate events can be a stressful undertaking. So why make it more laborious, spending long hours folding paper leaflets and placing one on each and every delegate’s chair? It’s time your event went paperless.
Imagine how much more creative you could be if you didn’t have to worry about the logistical basics that keep most event planners up all night. Monitoring attendance, circulating feedback, scheduling agendas or even updating speaker rosters. These are some of the routine but time-consuming tasks that the Celadin’s event tech makes quick and easy. With fewer admin tasks to worry about, what will event planners do with all the extra time?
With some reports suggesting that a 30-50% response rate for post-event feedback is normal, and that 70% is pretty good, something that provides a rate of 97% has to be worth looking into, wouldn’t you agree?
After 20 years of supporting IBM with some of the world’s most advanced tech solutions, events business Celadin is to open up a new set of products and services that promise to enhance VIP customer experiences.
So, you’re an organiser gearing up for that huge event or trade show. You’ve even invested in a specialist mobile app for attendees and delegates to download. What can go wrong?
New privacy regulations like GDPR have made everyone more aware of the personal data they share, and their right to know and manage the personal details companies hold on them. For event managers organising high-end corporate events for VIP customers, the new age of privacy is changing everything, explains Celadin’s Simon Walker.
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Staged in Nassau in the Bahamas this May, the exclusive “Best of IBM” event was in jeopardy when unprecedented bad weather hit the area and caused last minute planning turmoil. Events technology experts Celadin where on the scene to make sure unscheduled changes didn’t spoil the unique experience for IBM’s VIP customers.
Event managers and planners depend on our events management systems. When we create engaging experiences for IBM’s VIP delegates worldwide we are careful about the software we use.
Running event management systems for VIP delegates in top locations means you can end up in some odd situations. Space is always at a premium; but this was especially the case when one time we ended up running the server operation in a hotel kitchen in Rio de Janeiro.