Since our first post on how to go green and save has been so popular, we’ve decide to add five more ways in which you can go green.
- Have attendees use their own SmartPhones – Reduce both cost and the use of extra technological props by asking your attendees to use their own SmartPhones to bid on items while attending paperless events. This helps decrease inventory (and saves paper with paperless bidding)! Continue reading
Who will it be?
We are getting really excited about the NBA playoffs (as we currently support several of the teams), but I’m getting ahead of myself! Derrick Rose is definitely a lead contender for MVP, and is it possible? probable? for the Bulls to rein in another NBA title? In the coming week Events.org will be putting together a poll so that everyone can vote for the 2011 NBA champs. I won’t tell you who we’re voting for, but I’ll tell ya that Bill Swerkski is on our side.
In light of the excitement surrounding this year’s games, we would like to introduce you to our bambino, DonationXchange. DonationXchange is a web portal that efficiently connects donors, nonprofits, and patrons with each other – allowing users to streamline their administrative processes to focus on the impact on their communities. The DonationXchange system was designed to save corporate donors time and money by automating their community outreach and donation request process. To learn more about DonationXchange, watch our product presentation or email firstname.lastname@example.org for a personalized demonstration with Events.org staff.
Maintaining a green event plan doesn’t have to be a costly project to take on. Today’s technology has provided us with the tools to create and implement eco-friendly event practices at affordable rates. By integrating low cost event technology with project management tools, organizations can save money and organize events more effectively. Centralizing event and donor information into one database will minimize miscommunication between employees and guests, retrieve information faster, and access vital event information through a secure internet access.
“Green technology has become an important part of the events industry,” said David Hassan of Events.org. “Organizations spend more on printing than needed, and by placing event materials and registration online, printing costs are nearly wiped away leaving more money to go towards an organization’s cause.” Continue reading