After the event, sponsors and exhibitors can use run.events for lead analytics and export by going to their sponsor dashboard, where they can sort, filter, and perform advanced lead analytics on their data. Additionally, completing event surveys using the run.events mobile app can be advantageous for both organizers and sponsors/exhibitors, as it can help improve future events, resulting in increased attendee satisfaction and loyalty, more repeat attendees, and positive word-of-mouth marketing, leading to more successful events and stronger partnerships.
Well, this seems obvious, but it is still the most important thing to do: after the event has finished, and after you have scanned your leads and gathered your data, go to your sponsor dashboard.
From there, you can easily sort and filter your leads and do some advanced lead analytics.
You can also export those leads and then easily import them into any CRM system of your choice.
Since it is their app for multiple events, attendees are using run.events mobile before the event, during the event, and in between events. This also means that you, as a sponsor, can use it to keep in touch with your leads from the previous events. Engage in chat with them, keep the communication alive, and find out at which event they are going to be the next. Maybe your paths will also cross there.
The majority of event organizers will use run.events to send you sponsor satisfaction surveys after the event.
Completing event surveys using the run.events mobile app can be advantageous for both event organizers and sponsors/exhibitors. By providing feedback through surveys, sponsors/exhibitors can help organizers improve future events, resulting in a better experience for everyone involved. This, in turn, can lead to increased attendee satisfaction and loyalty, which benefits both organizers and sponsors/exhibitors through more repeat attendees and positive word-of-mouth marketing. Overall, participating in event surveys is a mutually beneficial strategy for organizers and sponsors/exhibitors, as it can result in more successful events and stronger partnerships.
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