Powerful insights include how to grow registration sales year over year, leverage mobile registration, and shorten lines with dynamic bib assignment
Eventbrite, the world’s largest self-service registration platform, has released a collection of tips from nine successful race directors who use Eventbrite to create, manage, and promote their Endurance events. The collection, which can be found on the Eventbrite resources page, includes insights from race directors who lead endurance events of all formats and sizes including charity races, marathons, a Turkey Trot, and a race held on a college campus.
- Providing efficient customer service
- Growing registration sales year over year
- The benefits of mobile registration
- Using promotional tools
- Leveraging dynamic bib assignment to shorten race day lines
“Eventbrite race directors have a great deal of experience managing every detail of successful, best in class events; there is something really special about their willingness to share that knowledge with others in the Endurance industry,” said Sarah Bach, Endurance Team Lead. “We’re proud to showcase this collection, which highlights some of our favorite advice from Eventbrite race directors.”
Road races, marathons, obstacle races, and more, turn to Eventbrite for its innovative registration and event management tools as the company continues to invest in Endurance event technology. For additional tips on planning a successful race of any size or type, visit the Eventbrite resources page. For more information about Eventbrite for Endurance events, visit www.eventbrite.com/endurance.
Eventbrite is the world’s largest self-service ticketing and registration platform, hosting a vibrant collection of live experiences to fuel people’s passions and enrich their lives. For organizers, Eventbrite provides a seamless, professional grade solution to create compelling event pages, sell tickets, promote and manage events, and analyze results – from the web or any mobile device. For attendees, Eventbrite offers access to a wide variety of live experiences, from small photography and yoga classes to large concerts and festivals with tens of thousands of people. Founded in 2006 and headquartered in San Francisco, the company has eight offices around the world. Investors include Sequoia Capital, Tiger Global and T. Rowe Price. Learn more at www.eventbrite.com.