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4.0.1.13 Symphony Updates 28/06/2016

by Catriona Stephenson

Improvements – Receive payment button on booking invoice screen changed to “Mark as paid / part-paid” – Attendee PDF export added to system – Default text added to confirmation of booking form – this can still be edited by administrators – Full file name is visible in file uploader if you hover over the name […]

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4.0.1.12 Symphony Updates 23/06/2016

by Catriona Stephenson

Improvements – Test bookings display in italics on sessions and accommodation tab – Test button added to trigger email edit screen – If a booking is edited the relevant trigger email will display at the top of the page – Users can now be invited to use Symphony and set their own password before logging […]

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4.0.1.11 Symphony Updates 09.06.2016

by Catriona Stephenson

Improvement – Only future events and events from the last 10 days display as default on the dashboard – Analytics tab will display even if there aren’t any bookings on the event – Event search feature extended to search for an event by date range – Formatting updates to the forgotten password email – Session […]

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May 2016 – 5 Top Event Management Blog Posts

by Max Scotford

How to Use Email Marketing to Support Your Next Event Kayla Lewkowicz, Litmus The venue is booked, decorations and swag bags ordered, speakers and sponsors confirmed. You’re ready for the ultimate conference/blowout mega-party and the only thing missing is: the people. You’re thinking, “This is the coolest event EVER. Anyone who’s anyone should want to […]

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How to Avoid Event Emails Being Marked as Spam

by Max Scotford

Did you know that email is the most cost-effective way to promote an event? In our recent study aimed at event and marketing managers – 77% found email to be the most cost-effective marketing channel. Email is flexible and can be used to send invitations, newsletters and reminders about events. It works well for B2B and […]

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New Symphony Navigation and Other Updates

by Catriona Stephenson

New Side Navigation We have introduced a new navigation on the left-hand side of the screen. The navigation now appears on the left-hand side of the screen when you are working on an event. This will make it faster to move between different parts of your event. We have left the event setup tab in […]

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April 2016 – 5 Top Event Management Blog Posts

by Max Scotford

How to… Reach the Right Audience at the Right Time Ross Murray-Jones, Event Magazine Ross Murray-Jones, partnerships director at Yplan, discusses how to reach consumers at the right time, in a world cluttered with different messages and distractions.   10 Tech Gadgets for Eventprofs Julius Solaris, Event Manager Blog Event professionals love technology. Technology can […]

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5 Unique, Unusual & Amazing Venues in London

by Max Scotford

London has a fantastic variety of unique, unusual and amazing venues to offer, matching the diversity of the landscape, culture and history of our capital! Here’s a selection of some of the finest we’ve found that will cater to almost any taste, size and shape of event you’d wish to host.   A Blast to the […]

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March 2016 – 5 Top Event Management Blog Posts

by Max Scotford

Event tech = engagement tech Tom Vamos, MCI UK In the world of conferences and events, the buzzword ‘engagement’ is bandied around more than ever before. “We must engage our delegates”, “Our delegates must be engaged”, “How do we engage millennials?” etc How To Avoid Working with Lousy Event Vendors Holly Barker. Event Manager Blog […]

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5 Top Tips Event Organisers Should Share With Their Speakers

by Max Scotford

Any speakers you plan on having present at your event need to be confident and assured whilst giving a talk in order to keep an audience engaged. A speaker who does nothing more than repeat text that’s on a presentation is not going to provide a meaningful engaging experience for attendees. To help combat that, […]

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