As many of us welcomed England’s premier Wimbledon tennis tournament to our TV screens around the globe on Monday, 11,500 eager tennis fans queued for hours in London to get their hands on available day tickets.
Along with those Wimbledon spectators, most of us can testify that queuing or lining up can be exhausting, frustrating and tense. Apparently, we Brits love a queue but is there really any need for your guests to form a queue at your next event?
Corporate hospitality has grown in popularity as a fun and hugely valuable way to spend quality time with valued clients, and potential business contacts taking the ‘Q’ out of the ‘eQuation’ can make for a great first impression.
With Check-In℠, we’ve had the pleasure of supporting clients in welcoming guests at prestigious sporting events – from the Sony Champions League final in Cardiff to the Aegon Tennis Championships at Queens, exciting Formula 1 races worldwide to Old Mutual Rugby Union games at Twickenham.
Our Check-In event tool is also perfect for social and corporate events and is capable of checking in up to 10,000 people. Allowing you to welcome guests and register them on arrival in a speedy and personalized way, while giving you a comprehensive, real-time overview of arrivals. Check-In is also quite handy for awards or gala events with a drag and drop tool for table planning.
- Personalised welcome: add notes to guest names so that registration staff can greet them appropriately.
- Go anywhere: ‘Check-In’ works even without an internet connection, and runs on iPad, iPhone and Android devices.
- Scale up your registration team: the app updates in seconds across multiple devices via a wi-fi network that we can provide.
- Update guest lists right up to the last minute: Easily arrange guest seating by dragging and dropping or assigning seats, special needs or meal preferences.
- Get started quickly: you’ll be up and running within minutes with online training and FAQs available if needed.
If you’re running an event that expects high-profile VIPs or delegates, you’ll need to make a great first impression and avoid long queues.