Getting Started Couldn’t Be Easier

We were recently approached by an event organiser who wanted to deliver a more simple and enjoyable way for their participants to enter their event. They have an eye catching brand image and their registration process just wasn’t doing it justice! No doubt a daunting decision, as the event had been using the same registration platform for a decade …we wanted to reassure them that this would be a seamless and worthwhile venture for them.

As a result the transition worked so beautifully that we think it’s only fair we share how easy it was!

Here are the 5 simple steps it took…and we were there every step of the way :)

  1. Create an account – CLICK HERE simples

  2. Set up your event – you’ll have immediate access to the system. Add race details, customise the look, put your personal touch on it and build a super user friendly registration page

  3. Get your payment process in order – simply connect your bank account to your new registration system. We’ll test it and make sure it’s all set

  4. GO LIVE! – & start accepting entries!

  5. Get paid – Receive payments, less fees, every 7 days with our secure and reliable payment process. This allows you to have better control of your finances making life much easier!!


Before you know it – BOOM – you have a seamless, stunning, user friendly registration process in place ready to take entries and payments. Have your social media handles connected to registrations, enable online fundraising pages, set up automatic emails and send mass event messages at a touch of a button. All your participants’ information will be sitting waiting for you to simply export.

We’re passionate about making lives easier – let us be part of your team!

ProfileSquareBy Simon Taylor, Managing Director of Primo Events LTD. A software company specialising in helping event organisers grow and manage their events. Passionate about sport and running in particular Simon is a UK Athletics level 3 endurance coach. For enquires please get in contact via


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