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5 Reasons Why Your Youth Sports Team Needs Event Badges

Is your youth sports team is competing away from home? Here’s how event badges keep everyone safe and organized.

3 Types of Security Wristbands and Why Your Event Needs Them

Know what’s a bummer? Gate-crashers. Especially after you’ve put so much work into organizing a great event experience. To add insult to injury, gate crashers affect your bottom line and present a security risk.

Why Direct-Mail Marketing Matters in 2021

Prior to the pandemic, direct-mail marketing was an effective way to cut through the digital clutter and reach your customer.In fact, in 2018, this study by the USPS found that “50% of consumers have tried a new product/service/establishment in the past 6 months after...

Case Study: How Fly Fishing Film Tour Pivoted to a Wildly Successful Virtual Tour

F3T Customer Story Fly Fishing Film Tour (F3T) is considered the largest fly-fishing film event of its kind. Since 2006, it has aimed to inspire, feed viewers’ fishing addictions, build awareness for conservation efforts around the world, and nurture a community of...

Tips for Successfully Promoting Virtual Events in 2021

Engagement is top priority when it comes to promoting virtual events, especially now when everything is online. Even down the road when the pandemic abates, the event landscape (like the workplace) will be forever changed—though live events will return, virtual events...

Virtual Events Checklist

Organizing, selling tickets to, and executing virtual events on Eventgroove is just as simple and straightforward as with in-person events. However, virtual events do bring new challenges to event planning. Luckily, we've taken note of these challenges to help guide...

How to Monetize Your Livestream Performances

Take your livestreams to the next level with these top strategies to market and monetize your performances. Deliver your music to fans with care.

    Welcome to the Eventgroove Events Partner Release Notes page. Here you will find all new feature releases for your Event Center site. If you have had custom feature releases, they will be emailed to you directly. Questions? Reach out to...

RAISE MORE MONEY WITH RAFFLES

SELL MORE EVENT TICKETS WITH SOFTWARE AND CUSTOM PRINTING 2016 Industry Report on Raffles and FundraisingDATA HIGHLIGHTSRaffles are the second-most popular fundraising method, after events: 58% of respondents held a raffle in the past year, while 63% held events.A...

SELL MORE EVENT TICKETS WITH SOFTWARE AND CUSTOM PRINTING

SELL MORE EVENT TICKETS WITH SOFTWARE AND CUSTOM PRINTING 2016 Industry Report on EventsDATA HIGHLIGHTSEducation events are the second-most popular type (held by 33% of respondents), followed by games and recreation (30%). Fundraising events top the list (47%), but...

    Welcome to the Eventgroove Events Partner Release Notes page. Here you will find all new feature releases for your Event Center site. If you have had custom feature releases, they will be emailed to you directly. Questions? Reach out to...

RAISE MORE MONEY WITH RAFFLES

RAISE MORE MONEY WITH RAFFLES

SELL MORE EVENT TICKETS WITH SOFTWARE AND CUSTOM PRINTING 2016 Industry Report on Raffles and FundraisingDATA HIGHLIGHTSRaffles are the second-most popular fundraising method, after events: 58% of respondents held a raffle in the past year, while 63% held events.A...

SELL MORE EVENT TICKETS WITH SOFTWARE AND CUSTOM PRINTING

SELL MORE EVENT TICKETS WITH SOFTWARE AND CUSTOM PRINTING

SELL MORE EVENT TICKETS WITH SOFTWARE AND CUSTOM PRINTING 2016 Industry Report on EventsDATA HIGHLIGHTSEducation events are the second-most popular type (held by 33% of respondents), followed by games and recreation (30%). Fundraising events top the list (47%), but...

4 Customers Who Use Eventgroove Products For More Successful Events

4 Customers Who Use Eventgroove Products For More Successful Events

Case Studies From Our 2016 Events Industry ReportPlanning and managing an event involves a lot of moving parts. Venues must be booked, performers or participants must be arranged, tickets must be sold, the event must be promoted—the list goes on. To be successful,...

Increasing Your Proceeds

The point of a raffle is to raise money. There are an endless number of deserving charities, from local organizations to those who work world wide, and the end result of any raffle is to contribute to a specific cause. While raising awareness of that cause is an...

Collateral Improvements

In many ways, holding a successful raffle is a lot like running a successful business or, more specifically, launching a new product into the market place. Brand Building No matter what the event or the charity, having a single, cohesive idea running throughout all...

5 Reasons To Advertise With Bumper Stickers

Ready to captivate a larger market on a smaller budget? Consider the Bumper Sticker! Your business logo, event advertisement, political statement, or captivating idea fits neatly into the Bumper Sticker format, which costs less than traditional advertising. Turn rush...

Painting the Town Red

While custom raffle tickets are one way of putting a unique signature on your benefit, another great way to draw attention is through posters and flyers. In many ways, posters and flyers are nearly as important as the Raffle Tickets themselves, since they are the...

Planning Event Logistics

Planning Event Logistics

With the Winter Olympic Games in Torino underway, on time and over budget, it feels like a good time to take a minute and look at the lessons the Olympics have to teach us about managing events. To be fair, the Olympics are a massive set of groups with multiple venues...

2009 Raffle Survey Findings

Stuck with the task of organizing a raffle? Don't worry. You're not alone. Hundreds of raffle organizers revealed their toughest challenges and the solutions to overcoming them in our 2009 Annual Raffle Survey. From their responses, we've identified the top three pain...

History of Coupons

Since 1894, when the concept was born, coupons have been part of the North American marketing world. The clever entrepreneur to first use this concept was Asa Candler, a druggist, who bought the formula for Coca-Cola that year. He gave out individual handwritten...