Julius SolarisI am an expert in virtual events and technology

I've been named the most influential individual in the event industry for several years in a row. I love event technology and growing events. Recently I've championed the adoption of virtual event technology in the industry.

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It really depends on the type of venue you are going for. There are a number of online Request for Proposal (RFP) platforms that allow you to send your event to a number of venues in a specific area and get quotes. I would ask them directly and compare quotes.

Some general considerations: Orlando is not Columbus. It is a very sought after destination and it has a much more structured hospitality industry. That can mean higher prices (or incredible bargains if you are smart with your calendar).

Also consider where attendees are travelling from and what is most convenient.

Get in touch if you have any question.

Starting out with a brand new event is never easy. Congrats on your new venture.

I don't have enough elements to comment on and general advice may be misleading.

I can inspire you with some content we published on that.

Also a free webinar for you to learn how others have done

Let me know if you have specific questions.

Hey there,

we recently wrote the second edition of the Good Event Registration guide. The report helps you compare hundreds of registration providers and it's free to download http://eventmb.com/ReGGuide2015

Choosing a registration platform is a vey delicate decision. There are a lot of considerations to be made that can make or break your event.

Many platforms also offer discounts and free options for not for profit events.

If you are looking for a WordPress solution, you can look into http://showthemes.com that offers integration with WooCommerce or Gravity Forms.

When it gets to event registration there is no one size fits all solution. It depends on your event type, numbers, ticket price.

Get in touch if you have any questions.

Hey there,

I am the editor of http://EventManagerBlog.com - we are the #1 blog and website for event professionals.

Here is an article on event sponsorship we recently wrote http://www.eventmanagerblog.com/why-event-sponsorship-is-broken

Next week we are announcing a free webinar with Eventbrite on Sponsorship. You will be able to sign up from next Wednesday on the site.

Get in touch if you have any questions.

Hi there,

I founded Showthemes and we have 9 WordPress Themes made for event websites. Over 6,000 events use our themes. We single and multiple event themes. Get in touch if you have any questions.


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