Firebird - World class conference management software

Firebird exhibited recently with MDI at the Future of Meetings area during the Meetings Show in London and will be teaming up with MDI again in Las Vegas this October at IMEX America (16th-18th October 2018).  If you are attending – make sure you meet with Firebird during the show or come along to their campfire on the MDI stand (Tuesday 16th October at 12.30 "The abstract submission and review process is evolving – don’t get left behind!" – Run by Dan Carroll, Director of Firebird Conference Systems)

Firebird provides an event management software to collect, review and publish content for conferences, congresses, awards, journals, meetings or any other project requiring a managed submission and review process.


Their modular and customisable system allows you to pick and choose the features you need for your event from submitting, and reviewing through to publishing.

Firebird has already handled over 17,000 submissions across 5 continents and 130 projects since their launch in late 2016.


Firebird has plenty to offer every conference organiser.  From a revenue enhancing registration systems (with an intuitive multi-ticketing system) to a flexible programme builder and an event app that you can edit yourself through the software in real time!


With their customizable submissions form it is easy to collect abstracts, papers, posters, presentations, award applications and any other information.

It’s possible to engage with your authors using their submissions dashboard for providing information about your event and keeping submitters up to date.


This world class conference management software has been in use with the Safety Pharmacology Society, the Society of Labor Economists and the Rijksmuseum, a national institute in the Netherlands, which runs a number of symposia each year focusing on different aspects of art and history.



Contact Person: Dan Carroll

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