Once pricing has been decided you’re ready to set up registration. Here are some basic guidelines.
- Use Eventbrite for registration and PayPal for payments (not Eventbrite payment processing).
- Link the PayPal account for payment directly to the company that does the invoicing.
- Keep registration fees below 100 USD / 70 EU - the lower the better to attract a more diverse group of attendees
- Sell tickets on a first-come/first-serve basis that is completely open to the public
- Offer “early bird” pricing (10% to 25% discount) to drive initial registration
- Registration lists may NOT be used for commercial or marketing purposes
Please add the following question to the registration page to help CNCF gather demographic information. Please share this information with the CNCF after the event
- What is your current Organizational Role at your company? (please check one):
- Business Development/Sales/Marketing
- CEO/Executive Leadership
- CIO/CTO/IT Manager
- Cloud Application Developer
- Cloud Architect
- Kubernetes Community User/Operator
- Product Management
- Product Strategy
- Upstream Developer
- Other, please specify
Here are some other ways you can improve the registration process.
- Ask for employer name (optional) if people want it printed on their badge
- Ask for a Twitter handle (optional) to help attendees connect with one another
- Ask for T-shirt sizes (make sure you offer more than S-M-L-XL “unisex”)
- Ask if they require an invoice and what information should be on the invoice
- Ask if they are interested in attending the evening event on the first night (optional)
- Disable the Facebook integration
- Hide the attendee list
- Set up hidden ticket types for sponsors, organizers, speakers, etc
- Create access codes for hidden ticket types
IMPORTANT: Attendee email or direct-contact information should never be visible on the website or given out to vendors. We value privacy and anti-spam.