Post-Event Article Round Up!Posted on: May 30, 2019
Once you have completed your event, it’s tempting to feel like you can slow down… and believe us, we get it! You’ve worked hard to pull off a successful event. But, just because your event is over does not mean the work is done! You’ve built up the momentum and excitement about your organization – now’s the time to make the most of it.
This week we’re rounding up five of our most helpful post-event articles for you to reference all in one place! If you’ve just finished an event (or are about to wrap one up!) re-visit these articles to walk you through some very important tips.
#1: The Day After The Event
It’s time for the follow up! Read this article to learn a few helpful tips for getting started on your to-do list the day AFTER your event!
#2: How to Turn Cancellations Into Opportunities
As happens with every event — you have some cancellations. Learn how to turn those cancellations into opportunities in this post!
#3: How to Make a Good Event a Great one using Event Surveys!
In this post, learn how to follow up with your guests with Event Surveys!
#4: Collect Donations Up to 30 Days Post Event
FundEasy allows you to collect donations up to 30 days after the event closes. This allows you to reach those who may have missed the event and/or forgot to donate in time for the event! Keep reading to learn how you can implement this for your event.
#5: Planning Today for Tomorrow’s Event!
So your event is over? Well, it’s time to start planning for your next event! Here are some tips to help you get started.
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This article was inspired by our customers and written to encourage your fundraising efforts. Although we work with ministries and events daily, our team members are not Event Consultants. We encourage you to consult with your event consultant, executive team, and/or affiliate organization before making any major changes to your events.