This article is going to guide you through the entire process of creating and managing an event on Talentspace. Each step listed here contains a link to a separate article walking you through every single aspect of the platform. You can either click on each link and then return to this guide, or you will also find a little box at the end of each article suggesting the next step of the event creation guide.

Index:

Step 1 - Getting to know your organizer account

Step 2 - Define the event details

Step 3 - Create an event structure

Step 4 - Add company profiles and recruiters

Step 5 - Create program points

Step 6 - Design your landing page

Step 7 - Set up the registration process

Step 8 - Manage the event controls and publish your event

Step 9 - View and manage the talent profiles

Step 10 - Manage your communications and resources

Step 11 - Monitor the pre-event phase and live event

Step 12 - Review and analyze your event

Step 1 - Getting to know your organizer account

Before we create our first event, let's start with a general organizer account overview. Once you have received your login credentials from Talentspace, you can enter the platform and start setting up your profile, as well as invite other members of your organizer team to join you.

➡️ Click here for Step 1: An introduction to the basic account navigation

Step 2 - Define the event details

Now that you have had a chance to familiarize yourself with the account setup, let's create an event. The first thing to do is to fill out the event details page, where you get to decide upon the basic parameters of your event, such as the event type and the date and time.

➡️ Click here for Step 2: Defining the event details

Step 3 - Create an event structure

Next you can set up the event structure by picking out the interaction formats for your event. There are 4 different interaction formats on Talentspace: Speeches, Sessions, Live Booths and 1-1 Chats. Decide which ones are going to be part of your event, and then set up time slots during which they can take place.

➡️ Click here for Step 3: Creating an event structure

Step 4 - Add company profiles and recruiters

After that you can start adding existing or new company profiles to the event. To a certain degree, you can fill out these profiles yourself, or you can just add the basic information and let the recruiters fill it out themselves once they join the platform. Here you can also modify their specific participation details.

➡️ Click here for Step 4: Creating company profiles and adding recruiters

Step 5 - Create program points

Once you create your event structure and added the participating companies, you now get to design the program points of your event.

You can either create all program points on your own, or allow participating companies to set this up themselves. Specific Speeches and Sessions can be set up by you, while Live Booths will be created automatically once you added this program format, and 1-1 Chats will have to be scheduled by the individual talents and recruiters.

➡️ Click here for Step 5 - Creating program points

Step 6 - Design your landing page

If you are ready to promote your event and have decided upon the participating companies and content, you can start sharing your landing page. This is where participants can get an insight on what the event is about and also where they can register. You can design the landing page to your liking by deciding to show information on the companies, the hosts, the interaction formats and the schedule.

➡️ Click here for Step 6: Designing your landing page

Step 7 - Set up the registration process

After that you can create the registration process for talents. This is where you decide who can register for your event and what information you are requesting from your potential participants. You can also add custom questions or your own event-specific terms of service.

➡️ Click here for Step 7: Designing the registration process for talents

Step 8 - Manage the event controls and publish your event

The event controls are where you can publish your event and manage talents' and recruiters' access to the event or certain functionalities. This is also where you get to publish your landing page, open the registration for participants, and where you decide which functions you allow recruiters and talents to use once they enter the event.

➡️ Click here for Step 8: Managing the event controls and publishing your event

Step 9 - View and manage the talent profiles

After opening up the registration, you can get an overview of your participating talents.

If you are interested to learn more about them, you can view their individual talent profiles, download CVs or view any custom questions you may have asked them. If your event is set up to have an "Application and Selection" process, this is also where you get to accept or decline the applications.

➡️ Click here for Step 9: Navigating the talent profiles overview

Step 10 - Manage your communications

During and also in the lead up to the event, it is important to communicate with your audience. You can do this by making announcements (on platform and/ or via email) and providing information in the additional resources section of your event.

➡️ Click here for Step 10: Managing announcements and the additional resources section

Step 11 - Monitor the pre-event and your live event

In the lead-up to your event, you will see any statistics such as registered participants and program point sign-ups in the pre-event section of your dashboard.

Once the big day has come, you can keep up with the ongoings of your event by monitoring the live event tab, joining the different program points, or even registering as a participant to experience the event from a different viewpoint.

➡️ Click here for Step 11: Monitoring the pre-event phase and live event

Step 12 - Review and analyze your event

Finally, take some time to review your event and have a look at the post-event analytics which you can download from your dashboard. Here you can analyze different aspects of your event such as the number of sign-ups, check-ins or the general participation in the different interaction formats.

We also recommend engaging with your recruiters and talents after the event to collect some feedback and gather improvement ideas for your next event.

➡️ Click here for Step 12: Reviewing and analyzing your event

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