Event Dashboards -
All Your Event Actions in a Single View
All Your Event Actions in a Single View
We spend a lot of time talking with Corporate Access and Investor Relations teams about how they organize and manage their events and the pain points they face, day in and day out. Although this will be obvious to anyone who has experience of organizing a roadshow, sitting with Corporate Access and IR teams and watching them manage a roadshow always brings home three things for us:
- The constant changes to the schedule as logistics are being finalised.
- The high number of inbound requests from all the different stakeholders in the event.
- The back and forth communication teams have to manage.
The fact this workflow happens across multiple different systems - CRM, word documents, email and phone just compounds the pain.
As part of our work to try and make this whole process a lot more manageable, today we are releasing Event Dashboards for Corporate Access and Investor Relations teams - a single, holistic view showing what is happening across all your events so you can instantly understand what actions are required.
- Chronological list of your upcoming events and their status (live or still in planning).
- All new event inquiries across all your events.
- Real-time view on all your email marketing campaigns (how many investors are reading and how many are ignoring).
- All your recently completed events and the attendance stats ready for you to update and register any no-shows.
WeConvene is a global, independently owned web-based platform that automates corporate access consumption and evaluation for the investment community. Events large and small directly impact investment strategies and WeConvene provides value to buy-side, sell-side and corporate organizations by enabling efficient discovery, booking and tracking of meetings. To learn more, visit us at www.weconvene.com or request a demo.
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