Hospitality Professionals: Get Cvent Supplier Certification for 50% off

Cvent’s sourcing platforms, marketing options, and software solutions offer countless benefits for hotels, destinations, and event venues. Are you capitalizing on all of them? Get even more out of your investment by signing up for Cvent Supplier Certification or our new Passkey Hotelier Certification! Both programs are available at this year’s Cvent CONNECT in Las Vegas, and — even better — they’re 50% off!

The new Passkey Hotelier Certification shows participants how to create and manage their event inventory, as well as how to customize, access, and configure attendee websites and communications to offer valuable add-ons and make sure everyone has a seamless booking experience. This basic-level training (advanced level is on the way!) is recommended for active users who have completed onboarding.

The Cvent Supplier Certification, meanwhile, gives sales managers, directors, and other Cvent users a deeper understanding of how meeting and event planners use the Cvent Supplier Network to source venues and submit eRFPs. It also helps you develop your property’s online presence, improve your inbound lead quality, and increase eRFP conversion rates, leading to more group business and a better marketing strategy for your property.

Happy customers

It’s definitely worth your time, according to Karl Murphy, chief revenue officer at HEI Hotels & Resorts. His management company has already put 100 property sales and catering leaders through Cvent Certification, and “our aim in 2019 is to extend the certification to another 1,000 sales and catering associates.”

The program helped “make sure they understood exactly what they needed to do to drive Cvent and drive our partnership,” he says.

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Give your hotel or destination an edge (and save 50%!) by registering for certification at Cvent CONNECT!

Written by Hannah Prince

Hannah joined Cvent as the Senior Editor for Hospitality Cloud content after more than a decade in the journalism world. As a passionate editor, she's always willing to discuss the merits of the Oxford comma, the use of who vs. whom, or the definition of a dangling modifier. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, taking her dog to happy hour, and buying even more shoes.