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~ C.B., National Instruments

Your event just got smarter.

And faster. And easier to produce. With less stress and fewer things to worry about.

Join the hundreds of event planners that have used EventHero to make their events more convenient, more flexible, more integrated and more informative – for themselves, their attendees, sponsors and exhibitors.

Next: Super Powers!

Stop Making A Superhuman Effort.

Start Using Your Superpowers.

Your Origin Story: How do you begin?

Connect your favorite registration system to EventHero and we’ll help you do the rest.

Some of our registration partners include:

  • Eventbrite
  • Regonline
  • BusyConf
  • eTouches
  • Event Espresso
  • …and more

Don’t see yours listed? Contact us.

(Don’t worry: you can always use a spreadsheet if that’s still your favorite tool.)

Next: QR-Coded Badges


Super Vision: EventHero Name Badges let you see that your attendees are having the experience you want them to.

In two-clicks, you can generate QR-coded name badges that uniquely identify your attendees to each other – and to you.

  • Print them yourself using standard Avery™ badge stock (or compatible)
  • Have them delivered by an EventHero Certified Partner
  • Use your favorite printing and assembly method (e.g. PC Nametag)

Need to print badges on-site? We’ve got you covered.

Use standard Brother™ label printers and blank badge shells for perfect, uniform badges, every time.

And of course these badges are also the core of our Qrious Lead Retrieval System. Your sponsors and exhibitors can easily scan badges and you can even offer them alerts or other data in real-time.

You don’t have the kind of event that needs badges? Your superpowers aren’t limited. Read on.

Next: Real-Time Notifications

Knowledge at The Speed of Light: The Power of Real Time Alerts

Imagine if you could run the entire floor of your event every 3 seconds.

EventHero Real-Time Alerts allow you to set up the activities that you want to be made aware of.

Has your keynote made it to the facility? Is a VIP from your largest exhibitor on the expo floor for you to talk about renewal? Wouldn’t your exhibitors like to know which attendees went to the 3 sessions that talk about the problems their product solves? You set up the alerts, EventHero sends you a text, email or both at the speed of light when it happens.

Next: Analytics & Reporting

12th Level Intelligence: Multi-Session Attendance Tracking & Analytics

How many people checked-in at the door? How many people attended the keynote? The workshop? Track number one? Who were they? Are they eligible for continuing education (CE) credits?

You’ll know with EventHero Attendance Tracking.

Using any iOS or Android smartphone or tablet, you’ll always know which speakers were most popular, which rooms were too small (or too big), which sponsors or exhibitors were most popular and which of your attendees were most engaged.

Accomplish all of this with a scan of a badge or a swipe of your finger. (Now that’s power.)

Activity data is available in real-time and post-event reports are ready for import into your CRM system.


Next: Access Control



The Power of Digital Force Fields: Access Control

  • Access to speaker dinners or VIP sessions?
  • Separating expo-only versus full-conference attendees?
  • Multi-Track events?

Easily control access to your event – your entire team can use EventHero to check badges and verify access.

Next: CRM-Ready Data & Reports


Telepathy: Know your customers

Bid farewell to communications problems. All EventHero data is easily imported into your CRM or Marketing Automation system.

Next: Request a Demo


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