Website Builder Perfect for Meeting Professionals

Designing a website specifically for your next major meeting has never been easier following the launch of an event website builder by Bizzabo this week. The recent addition to Bizzabo’s event management platform allows meeting professionals to quickly customize an event website with no coding or design experience required.

“Developing a website builder was a crucial component of our event success platform,” says Alon Alroy, CMO and co-founder. “Event organizers deserve a toolkit that allows for the ultimate event planning experience from beginning to end, smoothly and without interruptions.”

Here are a few key features of Bizzabo’s event website builder:

-Host the website at the URL of your choice.
-Sell tickets directly from the website without redirecting to a third-party site.
-Create your event’s look and feel by selecting from a wide range of templates, fonts, colors and elements.
-Go live within minutes without the need for developers or web designers.
-Fully responsive for smartphones and tablets.
-Save time by having all event management components in one place, including speakers, agenda, exhibitors, community and event app modules.
-Make changes in real-time and watch them update on all platforms.
-Add custom HTML-based sections.
-SEO optimization.

Bizzabo’s event platform, including the new website builder, helps meeting professionals track all stages of the planning process, right down to each event’s social media posts. Planners will really appreciate tools that enhance email marketing, data collection, and the ability to poll and survey attendees. The website builder was designed specifically for planners to help design and brand events. There’s even a sponsor section and countdown clock.

Integration of Bizzabo’s event platform is smooth, with agenda or schedule changes are synced across the event website and event app immediately.

Bizzabo launched in 2012 and is now used by event organizers throughout the world. The company has offices in New York and Israel.

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