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Resource Library

Your role as an event manager is a busy one. Here at Currinda, we don’t just make great software to help you manage events, we also want to save you time by creating resources you’ll use time and time again. Our free books, templates and planners are designed to help you manage and deliver exceptional events.

Books & Guides

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Free abstract management guide

Learn how to manage calls for abstracts with ease. This book is a great refresher for seasoned event managers and convenors, and a must read for event professionals starting out.

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Call for Abstract Email Templates

A complete suite of abstract email templates you can download or copy straight into your MailChimp template folder.

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Weekly Report Template

Keep on top of your weekly event reporting using our ready-to-use weekly report template or Trello board.

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Post-Event Report Template

Wrap up your event efficiently using our free post-event report template.

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Full Conference Planner

Plan your entire conference, collaborate with teams and track your progress using our Trello Conference Planner.

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Event Reporting Planner

Copy our Trello board and plan reports, collaborate with teams and write all your weekly event reports within the Event Reporting Planner.

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10 Tips for Effectively Managing Abstracts

July 18th, 2016|Abstracts, Associations, Events|

For many event managers, conference committee members and convenors, navigating through the abstract process is part of day-to-day life. There’s no question about it, managing abstracts is an involved and time-consuming process that requires precision coordination.

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