Gather a maximum of guests for a successful company party!

A special moment for creating link with colleagues, here is how we define the company party within Eventdrive. Casual but professional. 

The email invitation represents the very first contact between your event and your guests... and as you surely know, you won't have a second opportunity to make a good impression! Nevertheless, creating the perfect email template is not an easy task if you are not a graphic designer.

Eventdrive makes your life simpler thanks to its email creation tool! This is why we wanted to share with you an email example for one of our company party, that worked very well with our guests. ;)

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Why should you create a perfect email invitation for your company party?

 

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To invite as many participants as possible


If your company party invitation email is attractive enough, guests will be delighted to register and know more about your event...

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To create a true brand experience for your guests


The invitation email is the very first visual contact with your event, so it has to be awesome! This will be a big part of the brand experience that you propose. 

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To bring relevant information to your participants


If your company party invitation email is attractive enough, guests will be delighted to register and know more about your event...

Fabienne de Riberolles

Group Events Director, Société Générale

"Eventdrive has allowed us to drastically reduce the time spent on organizing our events by helping us to structure our processes, model our tools and automate as many actions as possible. This allows event managers to concentrate on the missions in which they excel: creativity and innovation!"

Debbie Ewens

Head of Internal Communication, Sigfox

"Eventdrive was a no-brainer for us. Plus, it’s a great story: two people who encountered this problem event after event finally invent the solution to their own problem!"