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  • 1.  Setting up registration in Flex where the attendee names are not yet known

    Posted 10 days ago
    Hi. I've been using Cvent for years but my main audience has been the public sector so I've always been ok when taking registrations to ask for them to register the attendees in the first instance (and they can transfer later if they end up not attending),

    I'm about to deliver an event for an entirely different audience who want to just purchase blocks of tickets and provide the names of attendees later.

    Does anyone have any advice in how to set this up???  

    Bec
    #Flex-Creating/ManagingEvents

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    Rebecca Hannan
    Manager Business Innovation And Improvement In Government Bg Network
    The BIIG Network (Business Improvement in Government Network)
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  • 2.  RE: Setting up registration in Flex where the attendee names are not yet known

    Posted 9 days ago
    How about setting up a Block name with the number of attendees and using those (Block X, Attendee 1; Block X, Attendee 2, etc) and fill in the attendee details as they have them if possible.

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    Lisa Simpson
    Travel Manager
    JM Huber
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  • 3.  RE: Setting up registration in Flex where the attendee names are not yet known

    Posted 5 days ago
    Can you utilize the Group Registration function and have placeholders for the attendee names.  TBD 1, TBD 2, etc with dummy email addresses until they have finalized details?

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    Amy Lum
    Senior Systems and Tools Specialist
    Boston Scientific CorporationUnited States
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  • 4.  RE: Setting up registration in Flex where the attendee names are not yet known

    Community MVP
    Posted 4 days ago
    I run into this problem when it comes to sponsors. I just first name 1, last name 1,  first name 2, last name 2 and so forth as Lisa suggests.
    If the registrations are guest registrations no need for an email. But when I do need fake email addresses I use firstname1@example.com, firstname2@example.com.

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    Steven Schlossman
    Jack of all trades. Master of none.
    BMW Car Club of America
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