Event Connections wins Venturefest Oxford bid
The event registration and delegate management specialist, Event Connections, has won the contract to provide its full range of services at the business networking event, Venturefest Oxford. Venturefest Oxford, taking place on June 29, 2016, at the King’s Centre in Oxford, will be using Event Connections to deliver pre-event and on-site delegate management for more than 800 attendees. These services include online registration using Event Connections’ in-house system, online and offline delegate handling, and on-site registration and badging. Andy Barr, director at Event Connections, commented:
Venturefest Oxford is an exciting event that we are thrilled to be involved with. We are looking forward to offering our full delegate management service that will work in the background to ensure that all attendees have the best possible experience both before and during the event.
Lynn Shepherd, executive chair at Venturefest Oxford, added:
This year’s Venturefest Oxford programme is set to be the best ever, and we are working hard to ensure that everything runs smoothly for delegates and speakers on the day. We are very pleased with Event Connections’ bespoke system which is helping us to manage registration and badging online as well as on-site for the hundreds of people attending.
Source:  standoutmagazine.co.uk

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