Live Auction Ideas For Your Fundraising Event | Givergy

Live Auction Ideas

Inevitably live auctions rely on a good auctioneer but there are a number of ways that the Givergy technology can assist:

  • Use the Givergy technology to display the live auction items in advance of the event in order to get guests excited about what’s on offer
  • Use our Client Management System to generate reports for the live auction winning bidders

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We have a few auctioneers that have become great advocates over the past few years so if you need a recommendation or even a suggestion then please do let us know – we are always happy to help.

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Live Auction Tips

We have seen a few live auctions in our time so here are 3 quick tips to help you get the most out of yours:

  • Limit the number of items to between 4 and 6 – any more and it will drag on too long;
  • Gauge the money in the room carefully – no one likes an awkward moment when the auctioneer has to drop the start bid; and
  • Get the right auctioneer – unfortunately in many cases it is a case of you pay for what you get!
"What a cool system! Professional through and through. These guys go above and beyond expectations making the whole Givergy experience enjoyable and stress free. The system allows for more guest interaction without the pressure. Happy guests = more money!"
“Givergy are a fantastic and highly valued part of all of our events, it is brilliant to have them as part of the team.”
"Givergy was a huge hit at our recent event. Our guests enjoyed the interactive bidding process and it made the evening much more dynamic as people were able to track the items they were interested in and up their bids as necessary."