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Last edited 02 Feb 2021
How to increase registrations for a construction related online event using Designing Buildings Wiki
 The shift to online events
The restrictions on face-to-face business meetings and events due to the Covid 19 pandemic has driven many businesses to pivot to online events as part of their marketing plans to:
- Acquire prospects
- Increase consideration of product or service
- Build brand awareness and reputation
- Educate customers
 Importance of a registration strategy
An effective event registration strategy is crucial to recruit sufficient numbers of attendees from the target audience to make it a success.
For those virtual events aimed at construction professionals, Designing Buildings Wiki can help you reach the target audience and draw them to your event registration page.
 Reaching a construction audience
Featuring an event on DBW reaches around 400,000 views a week from inquisitive construction professionals such as architects, contractors, surveyors and consultants.
 Find out more
To find out how Designing Buildings Wiki can help drive registrations for your online, virtual event contact Simon Baxter.
--Simon Baxter 15:30, 02 Feb 2021 (BST)
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