One of the most common questions we get from event organizers is “how do I get all my attendee information from Eventbrite into this other software?”

When planning an event, you probably use many different applications and it can be tedious work taking hours to make sure they’re all in sync. App integration tool, Zapier, changes all that by automating this manual process and syncing your Eventbrite data with your choice of over 70 other apps. In this blog, we’ll cover four of those app integrations.

  1. MailChimp, for email marketing and communication
  2. Xero, for accounting and invoicing
  3. Salesforce, for customer or membership relationship management
  4. HubSpot, for lifecycle and inbound marketing

Add new Eventbrite attendees to a MailChimp list to improve event communication

If you run events through Eventbrite and have ever wanted to take those attendees and send them to MailChimp to create subscribers, you can now do that with the help of Zapier.

Here’s what you’ll need to get started:

  • A Zapier account
  • An Eventbrite account
  • A MailChimp account

In Zapier

First you’ll want to start creating a zap that automatically takes new Eventbrite attendees and uses that data to create subscribers in MailChimp. Click the “Use this Zap” button here to get started.

Next, you’ll need to connect your Eventbrite account. After clicking on “Connect”, you’ll be asked to select your country from a drop-down menu and you’ll then be redirected to Eventbrite and asked to sign into your account and authorize the connection to Zapier.

 

Now, you’ll need to choose the organizer and event from the dropdown that you’d like Zapier to monitor for new attendees.

Once you’ve done that, the next step is to connect your MailChimp account. After clicking on “Connect”, you’ll be asked to enter in your MailChimp username and password to authorize your account to be connected with Zapier.

Now, you’ll need to choose the email list you’d like to add the attendees to. You’ll see that we’ve already filled in the “Email” field for you.

After that, we’ll turn your zap on and you’ll have the chance to test it out with attendees from your Eventbrite event. Now, those attendees will end up as subscribers in your MailChimp list without any extra work!

Create Xero invoices for new Eventbrite attendees

If you run events through Eventbrite and have ever wanted to take those attendees and send that information to Xero to create invoices for them, you can now do that with the help of Zapier.

Here’s what you’ll need to get started:

  • A Zapier account
  • An Eventbrite account
  • A Xero account

In Zapier

First you’ll want to start creating a zap that automatically takes new Eventbrite attendees and uses that data to create invoices in Xero. Click the “Use this Zap” button here to get started.

Next, you’ll need to connect your Eventbrite account. After clicking on “Connect”, you’ll be asked to select your country from a drop-down menu and you’ll then be redirected to Eventbrite and asked to sign into your account and authorize the connection to Zapier.

Now, you’ll need to choose the organizer and event from the dropdown that you’d like Zapier to monitor for new attendees.

Once you’ve done that, the next step is to connect your Xero account. After clicking on “Connect”, you’ll be asked to enter in your Xero email address and password to authorize your account to be connected with Zapier.

Now, you’ll need to decide which attendee data will populate your Xero Invoice fields. You can do this by clicking on the “Insert Fields” buttons next to each field. You’ll see we’ve already mapped in some necessary fields for you to get started.

After that, we’ll turn your zap on and you’ll have the chance to test it out with attendees from your Eventbrite event. Now, your attendee data will create invoices in your Xero account without any extra work!

Add a list of Eventbrite attendee as leads to Salesforce

If you run events through Eventbrite and have ever wanted to take those attendees and create leads in Salesforce, you can now do that with the help of Zapier.

Here’s what you’ll need to get started:

  • A Zapier account
  • An Eventbrite account
  • A Salesforce account

In Zapier

First you’ll want to start creating a zap that automatically takes new Eventbrite attendees and uses that data to create leads in Salesforce. Click the “Use this Zap” button here to get started.

Next, you’ll need to connect your Eventbrite account. After clicking on “Connect”, you’ll be asked to select your country from a drop-down menu and you’ll then be redirected to Eventbrite and asked to sign into your account and authorize the connection to Zapier.

Now, you’ll need to choose the organizer and event from the dropdown that you’d like Zapier to monitor for new attendees.

 

Once you’ve done that, the next step is to connect your Salesforce account. After clicking on “Connect”, you’ll be asked if you want to allow Zapier to access your Salesforce account and you’ll also be asked to enter in your Salesforce email address and password to authorize your account to be connected with Zapier.

Now, you’ll need to decide which attendee data will populate your Salesforce lead fields. You can do this by clicking on the “Insert Fields” buttons next to each field. You’ll see we’ve already mapped in some necessary fields for you to get started, you’ll just need to insert or manually type in a company.

After that, we’ll turn your zap on and you’ll have the chance to test it out with attendees from your Eventbrite event. Now, your attendee data will create leads in your Salesforce account without any extra work!

Add Eventbrite attendees to HubSpot for lifecycle marketing

If you run events through Eventbrite and have ever wanted to take those attendees and create a new form submission in HubSpot, you can now do that with the help of Zapier.

Here’s what you’ll need to get started:

  • A Zapier account
  • An Eventbrite account
  • A Hubspot account and form

In Zapier

You’ll first be reminded to create an event in Eventbrite, so go ahead and do that now if you haven’t already.

Now, you’ll want to start creating a zap that automatically takes new Eventbrite attendees and uses that data to create form submissions in HubSpot. Click the “Use this Zap” button here to get started.

The next step is to connect your Eventbrite account. After clicking on “Connect”, you’ll be asked to select your country from a drop-down menu and you’ll then be redirected to Eventbrite and asked to sign into your account and authorize the connection to Zapier.

Now, you’ll need to choose the organizer and event from the dropdown that you’d like Zapier to monitor for new attendees.

Once you’ve done that, you’ll be reminded to create a form inside of your HubSpot account, so go ahead and do that now if you haven’t already.

The next step is to connect your HubSpot account. After clicking on “Connect”, you’ll be asked to enter in your Hub ID to authorize your account to be connected with Zapier.

Now, you’ll need to decide which attendee data will populate your HubSpot form fields. You can do this by clicking on the “Insert Fields” buttons next to each field. You’ll see we’ve already mapped in the “email” field for you, so you’ll just need to choose your form from the drop-down menu.

After that, we’ll turn your zap on and you’ll have the chance to test it out with attendees from your Eventbrite event. Now, your attendee data will create new form submissions in your HubSpot account without any extra work!

 

For more information on Zapier and Eventbrite, check out our Help Center article here and the Zapier listing on Eventbrite Spectrum.