The RSVP Agency selects a Z-CARD® as ABB’s Conference Programme
Jul 17th, 11:03
Guest management and the RSVP process can either make or break an event. That’s why the RSVP Agency, which has burst onto the scene in two short years boasting a client list that many companies take decades to achieve, selected a Z-CARD® as the ideal medium to host a conference programme for its client, ABB Technology, a leading power and automation company.
ABB hosted its annual Technology Days, the country’s premier exhibition and conference dedicated to current trends in the energy sector, on 8 and 9 May 2013.
“The exclusive event hosted industry leaders from around the globe who shared expertise that will shape the future of the power and the automation sector,” says Tamara Chetty, the company’s Marketing and Communications Manager: Southern African Region Corporate.
“The Z-CARD® was produced for our two-day Technology Day Conference and Exhibition, and included the entire conference programme and content for each of the ten breakaway rooms for each day of the conference,” she adds.
The RSVP Agency handled the on-site registration and accreditation of all guests and speakers, and ensured that the ABB Z-CARD® Conference Programme was placed into a plastic pouch, with each delegate’s name card and branded lanyard.
“The RSVP Agency, having assisted in many large scale events and offering a turnkey solution not isolated to only RSVP and Invitation Management, selected the Z-CARD® format for its compact design,” says The RSVP Agency’s CEO, Terry Sutherland.
“It was an ideal medium that enabled each delegate to have an on-hand reference guide, which wasn’t cumbersome or impractical. The feedback that we received on the cards was overwhelming, and both client and delegates loved the innovative way that The RSVP Agency was able to supply so much information in a slick, professional and practical way,” she adds.
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