Guide To Plan Your Events
With Event Penguins

1. What is Event Penguins

1.1 About Event Penguins

Event Penguins is an event management platform that will help you in planning, coordinating, ticketing and registration and evaluating events, as well as boost performance and revenues. Event Penguins offers features that will allow any event managing to flow smoothly. Event Penguins offers event planning ticketing features on its official website and more comprehensive features on the desktop software.

2. Getting Started

2.1 EP Registration

To register for Event Penguins, go to and click Sign up.

Enter your full name, email and password and click sign up.

After signing up, you will receive confirmation email. Click the confirmation link then you can login and start your account setup.

2.2 Website Log In

After logging in continue to fill in the given information to get started and either click find events or create/manage events.

2.3 Subscription Package Setup

Once you choose to create/manage events, you may select a subscription package and payment plan of your choice. You may also access the subscription package selection by clicking on edit profile.

  • Step 1: Select a package, either Basic, Business or Premium
  • Step 2: Verify the transaction by filling in your password
  • Step 3: Select pay with PayPal
  • Step 4: Verify the amount of Pebbles desired by clicking the drop down and selecting the number of pebbles. Pebbles are Event Penguins monetary value. Users have to buy or top up pebbles into their account in order to use the features on the downloadable software.
  • Step 5: Click Pay with PayPal and you will be directed to a page where you verify your account details and proceed to make the payment. Payment can be made either through your PayPal Account, or your local bank debit or credit card.

Alternatively you may choose to start with the free trial.

Event Penguins Subscription Packages

Event Penguins is a pay as you go system that allows you to be flexible with your payments. Hence you are not tied down to any payments when you are not using the system. Premium package entails a monthly payment.

Go to Pricing for more details prices

2.4 Migrating Subscription Packages

Event Penguins allows users to downgrade or upgrade their packages.

  • Step 1: Select My Account
  • Step 2: Under subscription packages, click migrate on the package you would like change to
  • Step 3: You will be shown details of your migration. Select the number of pebbles you would like in your new package
  • Step 4: Confirm the migrating transaction by agreeing to the terms and conditions and click proceed
  • Step 5: Confirm the transaction again by proceeding with the payment

NOTE: Any remaining pebbles in previous package will be converted and credited to your new package.

2.5 Purchasing or Adding Pebbles

To purchase or add more pebbles to your account go to My Account, select buy pebbles and choose the amount of pebbles you require and proceed to pay with PayPal

2.6 Transferring Pebbles

Event Penguins provides you with the option to transfer pebbles from your personal account to a group account.

To complete this transaction go to My Account page, select transfer pebbles and proceed to make confirmation of the transactions. If you have many groups make sure to select the right group on the select the beneficiary section.

NOTE: Transferring pebbles is only from personal account to a group. You cannot transfer from group to group. You cannot transfer pebbles from a trial account.

3. Understanding Your Account

3.1 Effectively using Event Penguins Website

Event Penguins provides tabs for you to be able to navigate, view and edit account information.

3.1.1 View and Edit Account Details

  • Step 1: Click on My Account directly under the profile picture or on the selection tab column.

You will be able to view the subscription package and pebbles for your account. Download the software to get access to more event planning features by clicking the Download Events Penguin Button

  • Step 2: Upload a desired picture that will be shown as your profile picture by clicking upload avatar. E.g. company logo or personal picture
  • Step 3: Add or edit information under personal info and click save changes

Dashboard – Use the dashboard to view recommended events to attend as per interests you selected.

To select Interests;

  • Step 1: Click on your account name at the top right corner.
  • Step 2: Click on Interests
  • Step 3: Once directed to interests’ page select the types of events you like and click save and you will be able to view and published events related to your interests
  • My Events – View all events you create. Events are also categorized according to personal events and group events
  • My Tickets – View tickets you purchase for other events.
  • Collaborators – Invite and view contacts that you would like to collaborate with as a contacts reference/directory.
  • My Account – Edit personal information and subscription status.

3.2 Creating Groups on EP Website

Groups are provided to be able to work on an event with other people. Groups are created on the website but only come into effect on the software.

To create groups select Create a Group on the tab column and fill in all information required then click save group. You can view the groups created on the bottom of create a group tab.

3.2.1 Adding a Group Member

  • Step 1: Go to the group you created
  • Step 2: Select Group Members Invitations tab
  • Step 3: Select Invite Members button
  • Step 4: Fill in the person’s email and name
  • Step 5: Verify the group by selecting the check box on the desired group
  • Step 6: Select a role that you wish the invited member to have by clicking the assign a role dropdown then click the send invite button
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Alternatively you can also add group member by;

  • Step 1: Go to Collaborators tab
  • Step 2: Select Invite to EP button
  • Step 3: Fill in the information required and verify the group and role
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3.2.2 Group Roles

With group collaboration you can assign roles for the group members. Assigning each group member a role will define what they are able to do. Each role has different limitations as a group member and on the event. The following table shows the 3 roles and the different access and limitations each role has in a group;


  • Create the group
  • Setup group account
  • Make package subscription and payment (pebble management)
  • Assign/Change roles
  • Remove group members
  • Create group events
  • Access to all features on EP Software


  • All administrator access
  • Access to all features on EP Software except Ticketing, Registration, Attendance and Ticket Sales Report


Access to view only:

  • Tasks assigned in an event on the software
  • Cannot Create Event for a group
  • Cannot view Financial Planning, Ticketing and Post Mortem features on EP Software only for a particular group
  • Invite members
  • Leave group

3.2.3 Changing Group Member Role

Only Administrators of a group are allowed to change group member roles.

  • Step 1: Select group
  • Step 2: Select the settings icon on the member’s name and select the new role you wish to assign them

3.2.4 Removing a Group Member

Only Administrators are allowed to remove a group member.

  • Step 1: Select group
  • Step 2: Select the settings icon on the member’s name and click on remove from group

3.2.5 Leaving a Group

A member of a group can choose to leave at any point.

  • Step 1: Select group
  • Step 1: Select the leave group button

3.3 Creating an Event on EP Website

Event Penguins allows you to create an event either on the website or on the desktop software. Creating an event on the desktop software will allow you to have access to more event planning features for that event. For example task delegating, Runsheet, budget planning and reports etc.

To create an event on the EP website click on your name on the top right corner and click dashboard then;

  • Step 1: Select Create Event
  • Step 2: Follow each step by filling in all information and save.

3.3.1 Event Planning

Apart from using Event Penguins as a tool for event registration and ticketing, Event Penguins is also for event marketing purposes. Your event can be featured on the website even without registration and ticketing for free.

We want to ensure a certain standard is kept for events published on the website. Therefore, minimum requirements of a clear event description and an image are mandatory. In the case that your event is not does not have the basic information publishing approval for your event may be delayed till you meet these requirements. Event Penguins Team will contact you to notify you of any missing requirements.

To Publish your event on the website after creating one,

  • Step 1: Go to dashboard select ‘My Events’ then select the event to view all your information.
  • Step 2: Select Publish button to get your event listed on the website.

NOTE: Once you select to publish your event, a request will be sent to support team for evaluation. Your event will be approved and published within 24hrs of working days.

3.3.2 Published Events

After your event has been approved for publishing it will be viewed on the All Events page.

Figure 1: All Event Page All-events-page
Figure 2: Event Details Page(without ticketing) Event-details-page

NOTE: Ticket sales are displayed in US($)Dollars. So make sure to put your local currency ticket price equivalent to US Dollars

Figure 3: Event Details Page (with ticketing) Without-Ticket

3.4 Event Registration/Ticket Purchasing

To register for an event or to get a ticket;

  • Step 1: Go to the all events page and search or select the event.
  • Step 2: On the ticket type or session you want select how many tickets/how many people you want to register for the event.
  • Step 3: The total will be display on the right under the total heading, then click Get Tickets
  • Step 4: After you click get tickets you will see the order summary and fill in registration details. Click the register button and if the event is a paid event you will proceed to pay via PayPal with either a PayPal account or your local debit/credit card details.

Figure 4: Order/Registration Summary & Tickets Payment


3.5 Ticket/Registration Verification

3.5.1 View or Download Tickets

After registration of an event, a registration confirmation and tickets are sent to your email. You can access your tickets via your email. Or you can also access your tickets by;

  • Step 1: Logging in to your Event Penguins account.
  • Step 2: Click on your name on the top right corner and go to the dashboard.
  • Step 3: Click on My tickets tab and there you can see all tickets from events you have registered for, and you can download

3.5.2 Tickets Check-in

Tickets or registration of an attendee can be verified by;

  • 1. The attendee needs to bring their printed ticket to the event. The ticket barcode can be scanned with the Event Penguins Mobile App and the attendee is checked-in.
  • 2. The event owner can check-in attendees by clicking check-in box next to the attendee’s name either using the Event Mobile App or their Event Penguins website account.

Figures 5: Ticket Sample


3.6 Managing Your Events

After creating an event you can go to ‘My Events’ on your profile to view and edit.

3.6.1 Registration forms & Feedback forms

Registration Form has default fields. These include name, email and phone number. You may add other questions or details by creating a form. To create a Registration form,

  • Step 1: Click my events
  • Step 2: Click Manage under the registration form
  • Step 3: Add desired questions/details and choose desired method to answer the question
  • Step 4: Click save question after each entry
  • Step 5: Click preview & save form to view the whole registration form
  • Step 6: Click save form to keep the form

3.6.2 Registration & Ticketing View

You can view the people that register or buy tickets for your event with Event Penguins by going to my events, selecting the event. You can view the tickets bought on event sales and the guest registration information on event guests.


3.6.3 Attendance Verification

On the day of your event you can check-in your guest by going to the verify guest tab and click check-in on the respective guest. All guests that attend the event and that you check-in will automatically be transferred to the event attendees tab. The different tabs help you to have a better view and record of your guest information. For filing, EP allows you to export the information to Excel, Word or PDF documents.


3.7 Cancelling an Event & Refunds

If an event has been published on the Event Penguins website and the event is then postponed or cancelled, call us at +603 8994 1022 or email us at or email any one of our support team representatives. We will then proceed to cancel your event in order for it to be visible on the website that the event is cancelled.

If tickets have already been purchased at the time of cancelation, depending on the event owner’s refund terms, if you wish to refund your event registrants, refunds will be issued straight from Event Penguins to ticket buyers. Refunds to ticket buyers are subject to fee deductions.

However, if ticket sales are going to the event organizer, we will pay in the ticket sales to the account information you provide. Ticket sales payout after cancellation of event will be approximately 10 to 14 working days.

NOTE: In addition to the event being cancelled on the website the event owner is liable to make sure they have communicated the cancellation of the event to the event registrants and inform them of the refund process, if any.

4. Using Event Penguins Software Version

4.1 Download EP Software

Event Penguins provides a highly capable platform on its website to find and register for events, to create and market your events, with registration, ticketing and feedback management. To have access to more event management features including floor plan, risk management, financial planning and more you have to download the software.

To download the software, after logging into your website account, click Download Event Penguins directly under the profile picture on your profile page. Once it finished click on the download, click run and you now have access to the software.

4.2 Software Log In

To log into Event Penguins enter your username and password at the login screen.

Event Penguins Software Login

4.3 EP Software Navigation

To navigate through the system easily it is important to understand the basic title bars that are available.

4.3.1 Home Tab

The following is the highlighted features above;

  • 1. Events Calender that will automatically highlight the dates on which events are taking place
  • 2. This sections displays a list of all events created and upcoming
  • 3. This section displays the newly assigned task for each event, the due date and priority of task

4.3.2 Event Tab

4.3.3 Event Navigation Bar and Ribbon

The event navigation bar displays the stages provided in planning your event. These stages are Planning, Execution and Post Mortem. Each stage consists of the features the system provides on the ribbon.

4.4 Personalizing Event Penguins

4.4.1 Changing your password

To change your password, select System on the quick access toolbar and click Change password. You will be redirected to the website to make the change.

4.4.2 Customizing the appearance

To modify the theme and appearance of Event Penguins, select System on the quick access toolbar and click Appearance. Select the Theme, Font Size and Font Type that you prefer.

Click Try to see a preview. To keep the new appearance click Confirm.

Event Penguins Customize Appearance

4.5 Creating a new event

Creating a New Event

To create an event you can either select the desired event date on the Events Calendar then click create event. Or select Create Event on the ribbon. The create event window will allow you to enter relevant information about your event.

Step 1: Enter Event Details

  1. Select if event is a Private or Group event. Group meaning you are working with others and private meaning you are planning by yourself.
  2. Select Event Category.
  3. Select the Event type.
  4. Fill in the Event name.
  5. Fill in the Event description.
  6. Fill in the Venue and Address.
  7. Click Next

Step 2: Event Date

  1. Continue filling in information regarding your event on the Date and Time and click Next

Step 3: Other details

  1. Fill in who the Main Organizer and person who is creating the event on the software
  2. Fill in if there is registration required and if there is any age restriction.
  3. Attach an image you would want to be published.
  4. Select Save and continue

NOTE: If you wish to publish your event, once you save your event & ticketing details, a request will be sent to support team for evaluation. Your event will be approved and published within 24hrs of working days.

4.5.1 Event Publishing

Event managers are able to publish and promote their events using Event Penguins website. After creating and publishing an event, the event can be on the website for marketing and promotional purposes and/or for registration and ticketing for better and more satisfying guest responses.

To Publish open the event you created, go to event information under planning navigation bar and select publish.

4.6 Searching for your events

To find an event you can select and view all events section on the home page
Another option is to find an event based on certain criteria.

  1. Click Search on the ribbon
  2. Select criteria to help you search
  3. Enter the required details according to the selected criteria
  4. Click search
  5. Select the event from the results displayed

5. Project Management

After successfully creating an event, you have access to Event Penguins features that will assist in planning, executing and evaluating an event. To begin click view on the event you created. Using the Event Navigation bar you can view all features.

5.1 Edit Event Information

If you need to change information about an event, click Planning on the event navigation bar, then click edit event on the ribbon. Edit the information as required step by step then click save and continue.

5.2 Creating and Assigning Tasks

Task Management

In Task Management an event organizer can create any tasks related to the event planning, and assign the responsibilities to designated people. Event Penguins provides task categories for the event manager to easily and conveniently allocate their tasks.

5.2.1 Creating a Main Task

  1. Click Task Management on the ribbon and click create main task.
  2. Fill in the Task Name and the Description.
  3. Enter the Start Date of the task and the End Date
  4. Select the Category in which the task is.
  5. Click Create.
  6. Edit or Delete a task by clicking edit or delete on the right of each task.

NOTE: Selecting preceding task means that the task is reliant on another task to be done first.

5.2.2 Creating a Sub Task

  1. Click on the main task to open sub task
  2. Click Create Sub Task.
  3. Enter Sub task name and Description.
  4. Select Team Leader and Assignee of the task.
  5. Select Start date and End date for the sub task
  6. Enter the Budget of the sub task
  7. Select the Priority of the task, i.e. High, Medium or Low
  8. Select Create.

TIP: Click ‘complete box’ when you have completed a sub task and you can enter the actual cost and remark of the task for your financial tracking

5.3 Floor Plan

Control and view the way you want your venue to look like with Event Penguins. Floor plan can be done with the use of objects that you want to use at your event. Event Penguins Floor Plan feature provides resizable drag-n-drop objects where you can drop single or multiple objects according to the dimensions of your venue. Therefore, specify the measurement of your venue when you begin to have better results.

NOTE: Create floor plan according to sections for better results


5.4 Risk Management

Planning for potential problems will assist event managers in cases that the inevitable may happen. Event Penguins is a tool that effectively provides event managers a platform to list down and assess possible problems that may occur during event planning or on event day. Thereafter, preventive measures and a contingency plan can be noted down. Assessment of such problems increases better chances for success.

Click Risk Management on the ribbon and enter the possible risk to your event.

  1. Select the Category is which the risk falls
  2. Enter the probability of the risk happening
  3. Enter the seriousness of the risk
  4. Write the potential problem, preventive measure and contingency plan.
  5. Save changes.
  6. To delete select the risk factor then click delete selected risk on the bottom right.

5.5 Runsheet

Event Penguins provides an effective Runsheet that has an automatically calculated timeline that helps in case of event changes. This is a run through of the event day from set up right down to the end of the event.

To create a Runsheet:

  1. Select create a Runsheet
  2. Fill in all the relevant information
  3. Click Add
  4. Continue to add more items you need
  5. Click close

5.6 Agenda

The purpose of the agenda is to provide the order of the event for the public or guests to view. The agenda is strictly information about the event that you want the public or certain groups to view compared to the Runsheet which is for internal use.

5.7 Event Facilitator

Event Facilitators are the contacts you work with outside of your internal team. These can include any service providers like, external event management team, florist, event designers, print media, venue providers, catering providers etc.

To add a facilitator

  1. Click add facilitator
  2. Select a contact that you would like to add to the event
  3. Click add contact to event

NOTE: Facilitators only works in a private event where you can add different service providers from your contacts.

5.8 Event Proposal

Event Proposal serves the sole purpose to compile information about your event planning into one document for filing purposes or to send to relevant parties.

To create a proposal report

  1. Select the information you want in the report by clicking the checkbox
  2. Click export and a new window will show you what the report is like
  3. To save click on the save button and save the document in the desired format i.e. word, excel or pdf
  4. To print select the print button
  5. Close the export window once finished saving or printing

5.9 Ticketing

To create tickets go to the Ticketing feature

  1. Click View ticket on the sessions available
  2. Select create ticket and fill in the relevant information

6. Financial Planning

Financial Planning in Event Penguins includes essential aspects of budgeting that will assist in inclusive documentation of costs and income. This budgeting is mainly for planning purposes that will determine your projected and actual expenses and income according to the task you need to complete for an event. The event manager will need to prepare the budget as they create and assign tasks to get projected expenses. Other event planners are able to see the budget relating to the task assigned to them.

6.1 Expenditure and Revenue Projection

Event Managers are able to create their budget in relation to tasks assigned in planning. As managers assign tasks, the cost factor related to those tasks automatically record in the financial planning feature under task costs.

TRICK: Financial projections are already calculated in task management. You can view them in financial planning under task costs. Add any other costs in financial planning in projected costs if needed.

To create projected costs:

  1. Click Create cost
  2. Select the cost category
  3. Enter details
  4. Select save changes

To add actual cost of projected cost see ‘Financial Analysis’ in Execution Tab
You update your financial projections by updating actual cost and income in financial analysis.

To update an Actual cost

  1. Make sure the tab is on actual cost on the financial analysis feature
  2. Click Create cost
  3. Select the cost name you create
  4. Fill in the actual cost of the selected cost name. You may add remarks if needed
  5. Click save and close

To update an Actual Income

  1. Make sure the tab is on actual income.
  2. Click create income
  3. Select the income name
  4. Fill in remarks and actual income received.
  5. Click Save and close

To add actual cost of Task Cost:
In Task Management once you click completed a window will pop up to enter the actual cost

7. Event Execution

7.1 Task Tracking, Timeline View

Event Penguins enables events managers to track the duties they have assigned by the use of the timeline view. This shows the list of tasks and the progress bar, late tasks and due tasks. Event managers are then able to conveniently view the progress of the event planning.

7.2 Network Diagram

This shows the relations between tasks of the event and their dependencies. It derives the critical path which is the longest possible duration of the project. In essence as an event manager it serves to visualize analyze the sequence of your event.


7.3 Gantt Chart

This depicts scheduled tasks against a timeline. It illustrates the start and end dates making it easier to analyze the duration of your event by showing the current schedule status.


To view the task tracking diagrams;

  1. Click Execution on the event navigation bar
  2. Click the Task Tracking on the ribbon

7.4 Document Wizard

This feature is an effective way to get documentation needed. From proposal to contracts, memorandums, invitations and thank you notes. All these can be created and emailed within Event Penguins


NOTE: Use the document settings to select which information you would like to have in each template. Select the settings preferred before creating any document.

To create a document after verifying your settings,

  1. Click Create Document
  2. Select the document you would like and click Create

7.5 Payroll Management

Event Penguins is a tool that assits in tracking wages for facilitators you use for your event.

With payroll management you can view,

  1. Wages calculated
  2. Payment history

To create a wage

  1. Click create wage
  2. Choose the desired facilitator and fill in all relevant information.
  3. Click save and close

7.6 Registration Report

This is a list of names that will be automatically generated as people register for your published event on the Event Penguins website.

To view this list,

  1. Go to Execution tab
  2. Click on registration report and you can view the registrants

7.7 Ticket Sales Report

This is information of ticket bought. To view this report, go to execution tab.

8. Contact Management

8.1 Managing Contacts with Event Penguins

Event Penguins lets you save and manage contacts by use of your contacts management. Contacts are categorized into personal contacts where you keep external parties like facilitators for your event or any other contacts that do not use the software. There are also EP Users that are all contacts within the system.

To access and create new contacts, click contact management on the quick access toolbar.

To delete a contact select the contact you want to delete using the checkbox and click delete selected contacts.

8.2 Group Contact Management

Event managers may collaborate with other event managers/planners and contacts will be conveniently stored in Event Penguins. Therefore, organization and accessibility of contacts is made simpler.

To select the contacts you want to collaborate with click the checkbox on the left of the name and click invite contacts to a group. After you can select which group you want to invite the contact to.

8.3 How to Import Contacts

To import contacts to EP, you have to use a Google CSV file. Therefore, to import from Gmail contacts CSV format,

  • Step 1: Go to your Gmail account
  • Step 2: Click on the Gmail tab and select Contacts
  • Step 3: Depending on the version you have you will be directed to export form old Google Contacts. Click on go to old contacts
  • Step 4: Gmail will switch to the old version then click the more tab and select export
  • Step 5: Make sure to click on the Google CSV format then click Export and the file with contacts will be downloaded
  • Step 6: Go to Event Penguins Software, click on Contact Management and select the import tab.
  • Step 7: Select Choose file and choose the saved Gmail CSV file. Your contacts will be imported and saved in Event Penguins.
  • Step 8: After successfully import contacts you may select contact you want to invite to a group or later add them as facilitators in a private event. (See 8.1 Managing Contacts with Event Penguins for inviting contact to a group or 5.7 Event Facilitator for adding contact as facilitator)

9. Registration Management

Registration is made easier with Event Penguins with customizable registration form that will allow event managers to have a record of guests that have registered for your event.

Creating the Registration Form;

  • Step 1: Click Create registration form
  • Step 2: Enter the question/item you would like to have on the form
  • Step 3: Choose how you want that question/item to be answered i.e. rating, multiple-choice etc.
  • Step 4: Save question and click next question to create another item
  • Step 5: Save registration form.
  • Step 6: Click Preview to view the whole Registration Form

10. Communication

Communication with is made easier with the use of Email within Event Penguins. All reports can be emailed to desired contacts within the system

11. Post Mortem

11.1 P.E.A with Event Penguins

You are able to evaluate your event with the following reports in your post mortem.

  • Financial Analysis – to view actual cost, actual income and analysis
  • Payroll Report – Evaluation of wages paid and wages not fulfilled
  • Feedback Form – What was the responses to the event
  • Financial Report – Evaluation of your expenditure and income
  • Task Management Report – Were all tasks completed

11.1.1 Registration Report

This is a list of names that will be automatically generated as people register for your published event on the Event Penguins website.

To view this list,

  1. Make sure the tab is on actual cost on the financial analysis feature
  2. Click Create cost
  3. Select the cost name you create
  4. Fill in the actual cost of the selected cost name. You may add remarks if needed
  5. Click save and close

To update an Actual Income

  1. Make sure the tab is on actual income.
  2. Click create income
  3. Select the income name
  4. Fill in remarks and actual income received.
  5. Click Save and close

11.1.2 Feedback Form

Creating the Feedback Form,

  • Step 1: Click Create feedback form
  • Step 2: Enter the question/item you would like to have on the form
  • Step 3: Choose how you want that question/item to be answered i.e. rating, multiple-choice etc.
  • Step 4: Save question and click next question to create another item
  • Step 5: Save feedback form.
  • Step 6: Click Preview to view the whole Feedback Form

11.1.3 Feedback Form

Creating the Feedback Form,

  • Step 1: Click Create feedback form
  • Step 2: Enter the question/item you would like to have on the form
  • Step 3: Choose how you want that question/item to be answered i.e. rating, multiple-choice etc.
  • Step 4: Save question and click next question to create another item
  • Step 5: Save feedback form.
  • Step 6: Click Preview to view the whole Feedback Form

12. Overall Benefits of Event Penguins

  1. Provides an all-in-one, end-to-end event management platform
  2. Eliminates dependency on external software pieces in event management
  3. Eliminates the need for constant pen and paper in event management
  4. Cuts event management budgets, time and complexity
  5. Collects, stores, organizes, and presents information on current and previous events in a timely, intelligible and useful manner
  6. Smoothens communication, collaboration, task assignment and follow-up in event management
  7. Provides online market presence and branding tools for event organizers
  8. Fully automates and eases the process of registration and management of registrants
  9. Provides a full-fledged, paperless ticketing solution

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