Lanyrd finds conferences around the nation — and lets you interact with conference participants even if you can’t attend. A social directory of conferences, Lanyrd can be used to plan your conference attendance or discover hashtags for and conversations surrounding the conferences you’d like to attend but can’t. Get your conference — or one you’re helping to plan — in the Lanyrd directory.
Plancast leads you to exciting local — and non-local — events and lets you share your plans with friends. Browse by dates, locations or types of events — there’s something for everyone on Plancast. Networking doesn’t only happen from behind a computer screen, and Plancast knows bloggers want to connect with their community for exciting events.
Join.me offers better meetings for all. Collaborative projects, small businesses and freelancers know video conferencing can be more frustrating than it is productive, if you’re using the wrong tools. Quick connection times and low costs make Join.me idea for collaborative projects and small businesses. Not only is it quick, it’s mobile friendly, so anyone can connect, even if they’re not near their computer.
Eventbrite provides the tools you need to make your event a success. Everything you need for a successful event can be found at Eventbrite — set up an event, sell tickets online, promote your event and more. All of the tools at Eventbrite are free; you only pay Eventbrite when you make a sale. You can customize your event site to match your branding, so your event site is consistent with the rest of your online presence.
Sched is an all-encompassing event app that allows event organizers to concentrate on the event itself instead of the online details. The low price for the app is definitely worth the benefits of using Sched. Attendees can connect on your event’s own mobile web app, and Sched offers an event website, social network and sponsor directory. People can register directly on your Sched app, including adding themselves to the wait list for sold out events. Once registered, attendees can plan ahead with the app’s agenda information, making Sched the only online presence your event needs.