Event Management is a Magento 2 extension that allows you to create, manage, and sell events and event groups like food fests, theatre shows, movie screenings, conferences, concerts, parties, road shows, workshops, and webinars. Whether it’s your line of business, or a means of driving customer engagement.
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Create, manage, and sell one-time, multi-date, and recurring single-venue and multi-venue events.
Each event may have one or more upcoming, cancelled, and completed sessions. Each session may contain one or more date and time spans, have its own instructor, seat availability, price adjustment, and notes.
Assign instructors to sessions and list all event instructors on the event page in a respective tab.
Create a separate instructor page with a SEO-friendly URL slug with instructor’s name, photo, bio, and email, and a list of respective classes, paginated.
Allow logged-in users to sign up for a wait list of a sold-out session and be notified if it becomes available again.
Confirm event registrations and notify customers of upcoming, changed, or cancelled sessions.
Send reminder emails with information on session location, date and time. Ask your customers to fill post-session questionnaires.
Sell online events that are held in Zoom and make your instructors hosts of the event in question.
Notify your customers and instructors of the upcoming event in advance and share their personal link to the Zoom meeting via email, or let them join the online session via the link in their account in your Magento store.
Manage event attendees. Export .csv file of the list of customers after each event or for all events.
Display events and sessions as a calendar with monthly, weekly, and daily modes. Export events to .ics.
Categorize events by assigning them to native Magento product categories.
Specify locations of your event sessions and filter events by location.
Suggest your customers to purchase a related product for any event.
Manage all events, their sessions, locations, instructors, and attendees in the admin panel.
It offers customizable options and flexibility that allows us to offer a wide range of educational content and communicate quickly and effectively with our customers. The team is quick to respond to all questions and concerns, as well as continually working to enhance the program.
Features like Automatic Registration Expiration, Multiple Location Support, Wait Lists, and Flexible Session Management have really opened up time in our marketing department when adding, editing, and managing our classes. Our customers love the My Classes page because it allows them to manage their own schedules and waitlist registrations – even if they register at one of our stores.
Staylime displayed a strong desire to create an optimized product. Their team’s professionalism struck me the most — they were excellent communicators and focused on building a great product and making their customers happy.
Meissner Sewing Machine Company implements the Event Management Extension for their Magento 2 store.
This allowed Meissner to introduce class management functionality and drive customer engagement through selling sewing classes along with related products.
Open Source: $99/mo or $990/yr
Commerce: $199/mo or $1,990/yr
Open Source: 2.3.0–2.4.x
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Yes, Event Management requires Magento 2.3+ to run. If you don’t have a Magento website we can help build you one.
Yes, you can give instructors access to rosters, using Magento’s user roles management.
Yes, we have very flexible settings for this. You can set registration to close (preventing any new registrations from being made) right when the class starts, or at any interval before or after that. You can even keep it open an hour or two after the class starts to be able to add anyone who just shows up.
If a class session is full, customers will be able to add their names (and contact info) to a wait list. Once space opens up you can contact them and encourage them to register.