Your physical events are key moments which participants will attend to meet your teams or your partners, discover exclusive content, make new business contacts.
Your online events enable a continuous engagement of your audience, who can choose among a display of content available on-demand and take advantage of networking opportunities all year long.
A successful event strategy will mix both scenarios.
At EBG, we were looking for a solution to go beyond organizing one-off events. With inwink, we provide our audience with the opportunity to keep the conversation going, with content available in replay at any time and always-on networking.
Providing your participants with an amazing online experience at all your events will project a convincing image of your company as an innovative, market-leading brand.
Provide special treatment to your members all year long: access to premium content, unique network opportunities, VIP invitations,...
Create your event website from a gallery of ready-to-use templates. All you have to do is add your brand’s colors and fill it with your content.
By choosing a platform designed to manage both physical and online events, you can mix and combine both scenarios.
Architecture with built-in security, data tightly partitioned per customer, user access rights management, GDPR compliance, inwink is fully secured. The inwink platform is audited annually by an independent firm specialized in IT security.
A SaaS solution accessed from your browser, inwink ensures availability and scalability thanks to its leading-edge technical architecture in the Cloud.
inwink integrates seamlessly with your marketing automation chain through dedicated connectors, thus enabling efficient injection of your event data into your CRM and marketing tools.
You've put in the hard work to define the concept of your event as well as its objectives and format, and now it's time to dive into the deep end and put all your ideas into action.
One of the main challenges of digital events is interactivity: how to best encourage interaction between participants when they're not able to meet in person?
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