Step 4: Configuring your registration
b2match offers powerful features for setting up an event registration. Event organisers can adapt the participants registration process so that is suits their needs.
Go to Configuration - Registration Settings and set a Registration Time Frame. This determines the time frame in which the attendees can register for your event.
Participant types are used to group specific participants and it will be requested during the registration process. This is a simple way to categorize your participants.
Typical examples of Participant Types: Buyer and Seller, Investor and Start-Up, Exhibitor and Visitor.
Let's say you are organising a Conference for Game Development. This means that you could have 6 different types of participants attending your event.
The participant type being asked during the registration
These types help the participants to easily find suitable meeting partners and allows organisers to specify visibility and booking rules.
Make sure you define Participation Types if you would like to apply booking rules for your event!
Participants have to choose a organisation type when they sign up for the event. The organisation type is used to categorize participants. This makes it easier for participants to find the right meeting partner.
Areas of Activity
Areas of Activity enable participants to classify their business. These categories are very useful when participants search for suitable meeting partners. A participant can choose multiple Areas of Activity during registration.
Marketplace is a powerful feature which enables the participants to add the details of their offer or request.
As an organiser, you can configure the Marketplace items and classifiers and encourage your participants to add detailed Marketplace entries in order to ensure successful matchmaking.
Organisers can extend the registration form with custom questions in order to obtain specific information for the event organiser.
Read more about Custom Questions if you want to add them to the registration.