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As a race director, it's pretty common for your to-do list to be ever-growing and to feel constantly harassed by deadlines. One of the best ways to tackle this is to find ways of doing things smarter, faster, and more efficiently.
There are so many races to choose from out there, so if you're organising a new race, you want to make it special.
When planning your race, there’s one step that is essential to making that event happen: creating the race budget. Luckily, it’s a repeated action so you can easily create a basic framework for your budget.
Location is a big-ticket item that sets the tone of your event, so it’s important to get it right. Before setting your heart on a space, make sure you know exactly what to look for.
Scheduling your race is one of your more important tasks as a race director. You need to choose a date that makes sense for the location you've selected.
Timing is everything – right? Well, it may not be everything, but it certainly matters, especially when it comes to getting subscribers to notice and open your emails, facebook users to like your posts or announcing your biggest news.
Effective event communication can act as a tool to use in your marketing campaigns, to stay engaged with people who are ‘interested’ but not ‘signed up’ to your race yet.
Whether you are a new organiser listing your first event on the eventrac entry platform or a regular user, we want you and your participants to get the very best out of the platform.
When participants enter your event, they are not just buying into the ‘on the day’ experience, they are also buying into your brand ethos and the community that you build around it.
Just when you thought there were enough social media platforms to manage when promoting your event, along came Instagram!
Recently eventrac has been asked by some organisers to extend their entry platform to give a “gender neutral” tick box option and we have been happy to help.
There is no doubt that Race Organisers, Directors & Event Managers are having to be a lot smarter in the way they reach out to new entrants whilst retaining the ones they already have.
The team at eventrac are on hand to assist with all components of your event. From advice on promoting your event through low cost channels such as social media, to a guided tutorial on a specific feature of eventrac. We are here to help.