What are the best web solutions available for coordinating people you send out for events?
1st May 2013
We recently released a product that solves exactly this problem. Lanyrd Pro is designed to help companies that promote themselves through attending, speaking at and sponsoring events co-ordinate their event strategy internally and promote it externally.
A key feature of the product is a private events calendar which pulls together information about what your team are already doing, and allows you to collect relevant events and annotate them with private notes and labels. Here’s a screenshot:
We can provide a detailed breakdown of events your team have attended or spoken at in the past, highlight events with open calls for proposals, show you slides and videos from your team’s presentations and help you plan your upcoming event strategy.
Our tools can also suggest events your team may want to attend based on your previous activity (and our huge database of professional events and conferences around the world).
The other half of the product is a branded, public page for communicating your event involvement to the outside world. Companies using the product for this include GitHub, Facebook Developers and Heroku. Here’s a screenshot of one of our public-facing team pages:
You can find out more about our Pro product on our blog or in this presentation on SlideShare.
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