"We are delighted to offer this 15% discount for non profits to make it even easier for them to enjoy amiando's award winning online ticketing services"
Felix Haas, CEO, amiando
London, United Kingdom (PRWEB UK) 10 May 2012
Online registration and ticketing providers amiando has announced a new 15% discount for charities and associations. Event and conference professionals can now benefit from the ability to set up event and conference registration, take secure payment, manage attendance and fundraise via the internet.
Fully integrated with two of the world's leading social networks, amiando offer registration for events and conferences directly in Facebook and XING. The cost saving benefits of online fundraising events and conference registration management are enhanced even further thanks to the 15% discount deal.
Conference registration and event fundraising made easy
amiando's Software as a Service toolkit enables charities and associations to set up their event, manage bespoke conference registration options and take secure payment completely online.
Initial registration of events is free with a performance based pricing structure on ticket sales for an increased return on investment. The newly announced 15% discount will go even further towards protecting vital budgets for non profits looking to maximise income.
New social media benefits for streamlined registration and easy fundraising
amiando are the first and only online registration providers to be integrated with Facebook and one of Europe's largest online business networks XING, which has more than 11 million users. Now fundraising event and conference registration managers can access the power of social media to market their event to a wider online audience than ever before.
In September 2011 the company launched their new Facebook ticket shop, enabling event and conference organisers to sell tickets and manage registrations directly from their Facebook page. Plus, amiando's bespoke software ViralTickets® has the power to implement easy and effective viral promotion via a reward scheme for referrals.
15% non profit discount endorsed by amiando CEO
CEO of amiando Felix Haas confirms the company's commitment to the non profit sector. “In a climate of intense competition charities and associations need to get ahead on their income generation” he says. “amiando have developed our software to make widespread online events fundraising and conference registration possible at the touch of a button. We are delighted to offer this 15% discount for non profits to make it even easier for them to enjoy amiando's award winning online ticketing services.”
amiando is a pioneer in online event registration and ticketing. Since its foundation in 2006, amiando has become a leading software-as-a-service platform for events and conferences of all sizes and sectors. The company's team offers more than two decades experience in non profit fundraising events and association conferences.
amiando’s products help event organizers to reach a professional level of management which, until now, was only possible for large corporations and agencies. All tools are online-based and immediately available for use, without the need for software installation.
More than 100,000 event and conference organizers worldwide use amiando, including prestigious names such as Facebook, BMW, UNESCO, and Telefónica O2.
amiando has been awarded numerous prizes for its innovative products. Amongst them are the “Technology Pioneer of 2010” at the World Economic Forum, and the “eco Internet Award” as the best business client portal.
amiando has been a part of XING AG, an operator of the business network XING, since December 2010. Its headquarters are based in Munich, with 3 additional offices located in Hong Kong, Paris and London.
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