Time waits for no one, especially an event organiser

Roxanne ArmstrongEvent Planning, Everything, Marketing & Promotion, Quicket

The world needs an event superhero, and you could be just that hero. Image designed by Freepik.

Roxanne ArmstrongRoxanne, part of our Organiser Success Team, started at Quicket as the first employee in 2013, and works closely with our family of Organisers to ensure that their events are successful, and that they get the very best of the Quicket platform. She is a mother of three girls (two of which are feline) and loves to spend her … Read More Read More...

A Quicket guide to building Exclusive events

Janet SharpEvent Planning, Everything, Marketing & Promotion, Quicket

Want to host an event that is strictly invite only? No problemo 😉 We definitely have a few solutions for you. (We also promise to never say “No problemo” again, well for as long as possible any way.) When an event is invite only, it’s not only important to create hype around it by involving the invitees as early as possible but it’s also important to keep things as secretive as possible while you drum up excitement. These types of events need to engender a sense of exclusivity to them especially as attendees tend to be treated like VIPs while at the event. Allow us a moment to show how we can assist in keeping your event on the down-low. Read More...

Find the perfect ticket price for your event

Roxanne ArmstrongEvent Planning, Everything, Quicket

Your tickets need to be priced appropriately.

Roxanne ArmstrongRoxanne, part of our Organiser Success Team, started at Quicket as the first employee in 2013, and works closely with our family of Organisers to ensure that their events are successful, and that they get the very best of the Quicket platform. She is a mother of three girls (two of which are feline) and loves to spend her … Read More Read More...

Setting up Mailchimp: A newbie event organiser’s account of how to engage with eventgoers

Dumama DumaEvent Tech, Everything, Marketing & Promotion, Music, Quicket

Finding time to engage with event-goers at the event? Good luck with that… As a new, independent event organiser, the biggest nightmare I’ve encountered has been connecting with people present at the event. Naturally, you want to connect with people attending your event, especially if you plan to run more events and want to keep people engaged and informed about future ones. On the day – however, I’ve found I’m always so busy making sure the sound, the food, the guest list, the team complementaries, the venue specs, the general logistics, as well as the unexpected thing that’s just come up… Read More...

Your event is finished… now what?

Roxanne ArmstrongEvent Planning, Everything, Quicket

A survey is a great way to improve your event and connect with your attendees.

Now, what can you learn that you can use to improve on for your next event? How can you strengthen your relationship with your audience? First, take a look at your data. What can you learn from the ticketing system you’re using? Is there data being captured that you can use to improve on your next event? For example, in Quicket’s reporting data you can learn what marketing channels worked best, when ticket sales happened and when attendees arrive. Here are a few things you might be able to learn from your ticketing system: Is your website or ticket price right? Read More...