About Zach

Zach is AccelEvents’ COO and Co-Founder, focusing on company strategy, efficiency, and execution. Zach works with the AccelEvents team to create the best possible experience for you as you setup and run your fundraising solution.

The 6 Benefits of Online Event Registration

March 11th, 2017|Event Ticketing|

Those who have sold physical tickets at their event know the pains involved with registration all too well. Both for those with experience in selling physical tickets, and those who are preparing for an upcoming event looking for a better alternative, you’ve come to the right place. Today, we’re going to tell you about online [...]

How to Choose the Best Online Ticket Sales Service

February 22nd, 2017|Event Ticketing|

With so many options available for online ticket sales, it can be stressful for event organizers to cut through the clutter and find the best option. Many online ticket sales providers offer a broad range of similar functions, but there are a few features in particular that can make your ticket sales, event planning and [...]

[Press Release] Accelevents Adds Event Ticketing to its Mobile Fundraising Platform

February 13th, 2017|Company Updates|

Boston, MA, December 15th, 2016: Following a successful two years focused on the mobile fundraising space, Accelevents has announced its new foray into event ticketing. As of today, fundraisers and event hosts can now sell tickets to their event through the same platform they have used to improve engagement and proceeds at their fundraising events. [...]

How to Raise More Money at Your Fundraising Event

January 23rd, 2017|Fundraising Tips|

Many of our peers in the fundraising industry often ask how they can optimize their fundraising events in order to raise more money year after year. Over the course of the past few years, we’ve helped fundraising events of all kinds, giving us a good grasp of consistent strategies to help your team raise more [...]

6 Forward-Thinking Online Fundraising Strategies

January 3rd, 2017|Fundraising Tips|

Today, we're featuring a post from Adam Weinger, President at Double the Donation, a company which helps organizations raise more money from employee matching gift and volunteer grant programs. Online fundraising is booming. Current and older generations alike are using online donation avenues to give to their favorite organizations. While you may already be [...]

How to Sellout Your Next Event with Event Ticketing

December 19th, 2016|Fundraising Tips|

If you’re planning a big fundraising event (or an event of any kind), you know that there are many advantages to using an event ticketing platform to help manage attendance and sell tickets. But do you know how to fully realize these advantages? More importantly, do you know how to use event ticketing to its [...]

Fundraising Thermometers and Other Tactics to Engage Your Audience

December 9th, 2016|Fundraising Tips|

If someone told you that the key to their increased fundraiser proceeds was a fundraising thermometer, would you believe them? After consulting with and running many of our own fundraisers, we buy it! The benefit of fundraising thermometers (and similar tools) is that they are a dynamic way to engage your audience, and make them [...]

Fundraising Event Wrap Up

November 30th, 2016|Fundraising Tips|

Congratulations! You have just concluded your fundraising event, and it was a huge success. You had strong attendance, an engaging experience for your guests, and you raised a ton of money for your nonprofit or cause. After such a worthy effort, take some time and reflect on the work you’ve done. Maybe even take a [...]

Holiday Fundraising Tips

November 11th, 2016|Fundraising Tips|

As most of us know, the holiday season is one of the busiest and most important times of the year for fundraising. In fact, over 25% of all charitable giving in 2015 occurred during the months of November and December! In addition, donors tend to give 80% larger gifts, on average, during the holiday months. [...]

What Donors Want

October 30th, 2016|Fundraising Tips|

Your organization has a number of people working there - lots, or a few - who all serve different roles. When I worked at a university, there were staff focused on recruiting students, there were staff focused on the student experience, there were professors, there were administrators, there were all sorts of people meeting different [...]