Super excited that you’re still alive over there.


It has been a while, though, so if you’ve forgotten important things about Swoogo (like what’s our favorite ice cream or why do we love giraffes) feel free to use that handy top navigation and get reacquainted.

In the meantime, if you have any questions or need anything - just let us know. 


“If anyone is looking for a new registration platform they should make the leap right into Swoogo’s loving arms”

- Stefanie Moon, Type A Events


And an inside look at some of our favorite features


responsive, no matter what side you look at it

Swoogo’s event sites are responsive on the front end, so whatever you design scales flawlessly on tablets and on mobil— ok ok, blah blah, this is all table stakes.

We’re honestly more psyched about how things scale on the back end. That is to say, you can make changes to your events in Swoogo no matter what device you’re working on, whether you’re at your desk or out for a drink. But if you ask us, we vote drink.


Not a drag, but a drag & drop

Look, if you’re the kind of person who wants to write a bunch of code and create something super custom for your event site, we tip our hats to you. And, of course, we’ve made it possible for you to totally control your front end site.

But if you’re more the kind of person who doesn’t know html from rofl, we’re making things just as easy. Our drag and drop site builder lets your brand and customize your event site six ways from sunday. You can even make it look different for different kinds of people. It’s actually kind of… fun.


Great sites are cool. Great reg is mind-blowing.

We think it’s awesome to be good looking, but even awesome-r to be smart. So, naturally, we built a whole lotta brains into our reg system to back up our cool AF event sites.

Our favorite part? Conditional logic. Build all kinds of conditionality into your registration forms, from drilling down on dietary preferences to creating totally different experiences for attendees versus sponsors versus speakers. It’s your world. we’re just living in it.