Using the platform for CommUnity events

Document created by Robert Pleticha Partner on 19-Sep-2017Last modified by Falko Döring on 22-Sep-2017
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Before the event

Planned your event and ready to publish it on the platform in your local CommUnity space and attract participants?

The CommUnity Office is here to help your event be a success and operate at a professional level. 


After the event is posted on the platform with the correct registration link, the CommUnity Office will promote the event:

-on InnoEnergy social media

-on CommUnity social media

-in the platform newsletter, if possible

-amongst any other relevant potential participants



What to include on the platform Event page


-Registration form link 

-Location, including instructions on how to find the event room

-Featured Speaker information

-Images of the speaker or other relevant links

-Why people should attend and what they might gain from the event


Publish the Event in the local CommUnity space.

-> Find space here.



During the Event

Each event needs a summary blog written for it and will be published on the platform after the event in the local CommUnity space. The blog should also include photos and links to any relevant slides or information mentioned during the event.

Key questions: Who will take notes during the event and write the blog? Who will be responsible for taking pictures? 


Can you record professional video of the event? In addition to a blog summary, a video of the event would be very nice to have on the platform.

Support and Contacts

-> Contact the office for support

After the Event

After each CommUnity event, a feedback form is sent to the participants. Please share the Google Form with Rob when you are ready to send it to participants. Rob will embed it in the platform and send you back a final link that can be sent by email to the participants. Along with the feedback form, try to include links to the summary blog, slides, photos, and next steps on the platform. 

Key questions: Who is in charge of gathering feedback and will send the form to Rob to be embedded in the platform? Who will publish the summary blog? Who will share photos of the event?