Speaker: Nausheen Punjani Speaker Bio: Nausheen is the co-founder and Chief Operating Officer of Eventeny. After graduating from Boston University with a master's in Biostatistics, she gained 8+ years of experience in sales management and statistical analysis. She also has backend development and UI/UX experience. Prior to founding Eventeny, she worked for American Cancer Society, Piedmont Hospital, and various CDC projects. The following are notes from the Eventeny Webinar Series and the full recording can be found below -Login and create a new event. (be sure to watch the webinar recording if you need a visual aid). -You can copy an existing event, or create a brand new event. -Copy: you can decide what elements you want to copy (for example, applications, questions, maps, etc.). -Brand new: no elements will be copied and a wizard will walk you through the basics. -Under event info, there are tutorial videos to guide you through various features. -You can also copy individual applications by going into a specific existing event to copy from. -You may also create a brand new application for artists and vendors. -2 types of applications: -Public: everyone can apply and Eventeny will publicize your application for free to over 60,000 artists and vendors. -Private: only certain people with the link can apply. -Fill out title, deadline, description, terms and conditions -Pick your visibility option (public vs private) and payout method (there is a tutorial video for setting up an account on Stripe). -Decide if pictures are required: -If so, how many pictures and picture instructions. -Select the team member that will be the primary contact for this application. -Questions -Type the question and select the type of question it is (multiple choice, essay, etc). -Add answer choices if applicable. -Decide if a question is optional or required. -You may also add a selection limit (used for first-come, first-served) and the people that apply after will be put on a waitlist. Prices (charges such as application fee, booths, etc) -Select category, type, and add a title. -Add an amount and select if it’s refundable. -Input maximum quantity available to be chosen by each artist and vendor. -Decide when they will be charged a certain fee. -Select how you want to cover the fees. -You can add a time restriction (such as an early bird). -Messages -You may automate messages to send at certain times of the application process. -Jurying -You can create custom questions to ask your jurors. -Decide if you want the applicant to be able to see the jurors decisions for each question. -Select question types such as short answer, rating, etc. -Make sure to take application from draft to live, located at the top of application. -Click share and copy the link. -Once someone applies, you can see what they’ve paid for and charge them accordingly. -On the day of the event, you can charge them as needed (such as electricity). -If you don't want to charge them automatically, then you can invoice them. -You can message applicants individually or group message based on filters. -In the team members section, you can add jurors and set permission levels based on roles.