Meetings and events are the enablers for successful collaboration across teams and divisions in business. A two-way format has developed over the years, where networked attendees co-create solutions and plan for the future together through discussions and brainstorms.
Our Collaborate App event platform is designed to boost group collaboration for face-to-face events.
Here's 3 x key features that our clients have asked for - these work best for any in-person event scenario:
Digital flipchart brainstorming
Capture open-text data in groups. Filter the best ideas, open the floor to new solutions and narrow down until you get the answer to your business problem.
The grouping of attendees allow for more contribution, and better ideas.
Collaborate allows you to assign certain permissions to groups of delegates. Grant access to relevant content or create personalised agendas for specific groups.
Bespoke event app design
Have you ever seen an app with limitless design possibilities? Work with us to create a unique front-facing page for your attendees. Go simple or very advanced. Our suggestion is to focus on making it easy for your attendee, so let's put the relevant buttons in the right place.
Encourage interaction in plenary and in breakout sessions.
Powerful voting engine
One thing we like to show-off is the different types of voting available to your audience. Capture results in specific ways. Simple, grid-style, quizzes & more!
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How are you hosting events?
We recently asked a poll on our LinkedIn about which format event planners are using for their current or upcoming events, and it seems to be a real mix bag!
What we are noticing is the factors that are deciding the format of events, as the rising energy spikes may steer events to be hosted at client offices or similar. It seems to depend on the event goal, and whether being in the same space is a requirement of the event. Businesses are doing their best to host in-person events again, and you'd be surprised how many annual events are yet to return to in-person - or only have recently done so!
If you got to the bottom of this article, we thank you. Can we support you to enable better group-collaboration?
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