Select a plan below to get started hosting your campaigns and events
There’s a few critical distinctions between our various pricing plans.
We thought we’d put together some suggestions to help you get started with the right plan.
Our most popular plan is our Pro Plan. We really recommend this if you have multiple events and more than one user supporting you on your events.
This plan is for those marketing, fundraising and program teams that are really looking to have consistent, ongoing engagement with their constituents and to build their brand.
The pro plan gives users more functionality to support medium and large events as well. So if you have a flagship event or two throughout the year, plus a number of smaller webinars or events of any type, this is the best option.
This plan really stands out for those orgs that want everything in the pro plan, but also want the security, reporting and cohesiveness of having your event platform fully integrated with Salesforce and Partdot.
This is also a better route to go for those organizations who have a larger base of participants throughout the year (there are volume discounts that kick in with higher participation rates) and for those organizers who really double down on networking and community (the business plan offers greater volume discounts per networking minutes).
If you are just getting acquainted with the idea of virtual, and/or you’re a team of one (maybe two), have one small or medium sized event (anything under 500 participants) and a handful of webinars throughout the year, and/or have very little budget this may be the plan to start with.
We cap the duration per event (72 Hour Maximum on Free, Launch and Pro Plans) because of the additional resources and support needed per day. However you can extend this up to 240 hours on the enterprise plan.
A networking minute is any minute an attendee or speaker is in a breakout room, attending or running a roundtable in an expo or sponsor page, participating in speed networking or on a 1 on 1 video chat.
For example, if you have 10 people participating in a live roundtable discussion for an hour, that would equate to 600 networking minutes.
There are a few ways we ensure our partners can maximize engagement and networking within the event.
First: you can allow attendees to see who else is attending and reach out and chat with them (similar to an in-person event)
Second: Using our matching algorithm we we track what interests and questions attendees filled out when they first arrive in the virtual venue and make recommendations of other like-minded attendees to network with.
Third: You can create a fun, serendipitous speed networking lounge that allows attendees to meet and build relationships. You can set the number of meetings and meeting duration so everyone’s conversation stays fresh and new.
Fourth: You can allow attendees to create their own roundtables to have face to face discussions with a small group of people.
Moderators can share a backstage link with any speaker that is going on-stage. Which allows the speaker, guest(s) and moderator to prepare prior to going live. The moderator can simply hit broadcast to go live.
Custom email templates are saved email designs that you create for your team or for a specific theme, so they can be used again and again for various events and event stages.
We recommend designing email templates for different touch points prior to, during and post event. This way, no matter what stage you and your team are at in the process, the event comes with a fully-baked communication plan. Be sure to leverage personalization merge tags in your email copy to simply click and send personalized, relevant emails.
We give you the ability to pin any one of the stages, so that if an attendees jumps out of an important talk to chat, network or explore the event, they will be able to see and hear the talk no matter where they are in the venue.
Our stage functionality allows you to broadcast your sessions to over 100,000 attendees at any given time. The stage also comes with chat, Q&A & polling.
So if you have an event where you will need stage content streaming simultaneously (similar to many live conferences where you have multiple sessions and tracks) then you will want to have multiple stage functionality.
Absolutely. Moderators can share a backstage link with any speaker that is going on-stage. Which allows the speaker, guest(s) and moderator to prepare prior to going live. The moderator can simply hit broadcast to go live.
Please note: Each speaker or guest who is going to be on stage still needs to register/RSVP for the event in order to access the Backstage link.
We realize you need to meet your attendees where they are at and you want/need communication tools that drive conversion. So we give you the ability to send SMS messages right from the platform. You can filter and group by different types of attendees and/or groups and send SMS to those individuals who have opted in during registration to receive these notifications.
Magic Links are links that have a special code for a specific attendee embedded in them. These links allow attendees to login to your event without needing a username and password. When an attendee registers for your event, they receive a link, as well as in each reminder they receive.
Basic analytics gives you access to fundamental stats around your attendees, sessions, booths and break out rooms. You can see who attended vs. did not attend, which sessions were most attended and how different booths or breakout rooms performed.
Yes. You can configure any of your stages to simulcast to 3rd party platforms like Facebook, Twitch or Youtube Live.
Fondi provides virtual studio technology that will allow you to broadcast to your own stage as well to other platforms. If you'd like to use a different input into your stage, you can leverage the RTMP settings of your stage to stream from OBS Studio, Zoom or another source of your choice.