Registration Fees for Virtual Conferences
Date: November 10, 2021
Time: 1:00 PM ETRegister Now
Before going virtual, it was so much easier to develop registration fees for events, meetings, and conferences. If you are fortunate enough to have historical data, you most likely have a formula calculating how much to raise fees. Now, with the uncertainty that the pandemic brings along with untested virtual events, what formula do you use?
Join our veteran meeting planner, Vinnu Deshetty as she explores various pricing models to help you determine your cost of production, value to attendees, and ROI. She’ll also help you quantify the intangible benefits of meetings and events that are key drivers for attendees.
At the end of the session, you can have a workbook that helps you evaluate various factors that can help you determine what your registration fees should be for your in-person, hybrid, and or virtual attendees.
About EVA Webinars
EVA makes meeting and learning online easy, productive, and memorable with the latest event technology tools. We have learned a lot throughout our journey and would love to share the best practices and lessons with event and meeting planners. Our webinars provide you with the right set of “event tools” in the form of tips, recommendations, and lessons learned to optimize your event experience further and cater to a wider audience.
Vinnu Deshetty, General Manager,
As a technology advocate, Vinnu helps clients embrace tools that improve their attendee experiences while making the meeting planner’s job easier. With over 20 years of experience in conference and event planning, Vinnu’s portfolio ranges from working with government agencies, including the Internal Revenue Service and Department of Defense, to social justice organizations like the National Queer Asian Pacific Islander Alliance. With her meeting planner hat, Vinnu works with a team of developers at EVAreg.com to customize registration and virtual conference portals. Raised as a coal miner’s daughter in western Kentucky, Vinnu stays true to her southern roots by valuing community in her personal and professional lives. She obtained a Bachelor of Science from Vanderbilt University and a Master of Public Administration.