Mailing - Asking co-organizers from a "last year" event if they will support you again?
If you are going to manage a further edition of an event you should ask the "last year" co-organizers if they would like to support you again. This way co-organizers are informed about the new event and the chance is high that they support you again.
Via the B2Match Administrator mailing you can manage this task in a few minutes.
Find below an mailing template which you can use for a mailing to all your "last year" co-organizers.
Access the Mailing via:
Mailing -> Mailing to Administrators | Button: Prepare Now
Copy and past the text from below and make any further adaptations.
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Subject: EVENT NAME - Would you like to support us again?
Thank you for supporting us for the XXXXXX event in XXXX in 20XX
www.b2match.eu/LINK OLD EVENT
We really appreciate your support.
We are going to manage the next edition and would like to have you on board again.
www.b2match.eu/LINK NEW EVENT
Find enclosed your direct co-admin access link:
You can also login with your email address and the password you have used last time
NO TIME TO SUPPORT US FOR THIS EVENT?
In case you should have no time to support us again please send us a short email.
We will delete your account for this event and you will not receive registration alert emails and further admin related requests.
In case you are going to support us again, you do not have to extra confirm your participation.
WHAT TO TAKE CARE WHEN CLIENTS FROM YOUR REGION HAVE REGISTERED?
1) Do they attend bilateral meeting sessions?
2) Have they inserted a high quality co-operation profile?
The better the quality of your collaboration profile:
* the more and qualified meeting requests they will receive
* the higher the chance that the meetings will have an impact
PS: If you can’t find an "Edit" icon for one of your clients please inform us, we will manually assign the client to you. This may happen if participants haven’t selected you as support office.
Further Co-organizers related questions and tasks can be found here: