How to migrate all your Bizzabo Events to InEvent quickly

Exporting data from your events created in Bizzabo to the InEvent platform is very easy.

Check out this article to learn how to do this in a very simple way and take that next step with InEvent!

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Exporting leads from Bizzabo Event


Like InEvent, Bizzabo's platform offers integrations with CRMs and Marketing Automation Programs that facilitate import/export of data.


Click here to learn how to integrate your HubSpot account into InEvent. By doing this, you will be able to easily import your leads to InEvent's platform.

if the HubSpot integration is not available in your plan, here is another alternative to import your leads to InEvent:

  1. Once you are logged into your HubSpot account, go to Contacts > Lists.
  2. Scroll your mouse over the list you want to export, then click on the More drop-down menu and select Export.


  1. Choose the checkbox of one of the properties to include in your export. You can click Select All Properties at the top to include all properties. In the selected columns on the right, you are able to click on X in order to remove any properties that you don't want on the exported list. Click Next.

  1. Select csv as File format from the drop-down menu in the dialog box. Then click Export. You will receive an e-mail in your inbox (the same email you registred on HubSpot).
  1. Once you are in the export email, click Download to download your export file to your device.
download list
  1. Click here to learn how to import the csv file to your event.

If you use Marketo as your CRM software, you have two ways to migrate your data from there and import it into InEvent's platform.

You can integrate Marketo to InEvent's platform and synchronize all your leads or you can follow the step-by-step below to extract all your leads from Marketo and import them into InEvent's platform.

  1. Enter your Marketo account and click on Marketing Activities.
    Enter your Marketo account
  2. Select the list or smart list you would like to export and then go to the People tab.
    people tab
  3. At the bottom of the page, click on the Excel icon.
    At the bottom of the page, click on the Excel icon
  4. Now select Visible Columns and then click Export.
  1. After the export is finished, just click on Download now to get the file.
    Click on Download now to get the file
  2. Click here to learn how to import the csv file to your event.

If you wish to integrate Salesforce to the InEvent platform, click here.

This way you will be able to import your leads directly to InEvent.

Another way to export your leads which are stored in Salesforce to InEvent is by exporting and importing csv-files.

Check below how you can do this:

  1. Log in to the Salesforce dashboard and click on Setup in the Settings drop-down box on the right side.
  2. Next, click on Data on the left side and select Export Data. In the center of the page layout you will see the Schedule Export button. Click on it.
    data export
  3. Select the Lead module to create the corresponding report and click on Save.
  4. Once you have done this, press Export Now. If an export is ready, you will receive in the e-mail you have registered to Salesforce, an e-mail containing a link that allows you to download the csv files.

export now
  1. Click here to learn how to import the csv file to your event.

Setting up your event

To help you set up the event let's take a look at this step-by-step. In this article you will learn how to:

  • Create an event and add information on the Details page
  • Add Sponsors, Speakers, and Content
  • Create activities and choose the settings for the Virtual Lobby
  • Learn more about Customization, Communication, and Registration
  • Add Attendees, Invitees, and Leads
  • Learn about the Interactions with attendees and finally Dry run

Importing data to InEvent

After checking the article mentioned above, you can take a look at this article in case you are planning on importing data in bulk.

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