Voting Systems

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Voting Systems

As a personal touch in a digital age, most successful events mix traditional communication with contemporary technology. Some of the most popular tools for boosting audience interaction at events are voting systems and event apps.

Conferences, events and training days are usually intended to be two-way conversations. They're meant to be an opportunity to inform the audience of new products, legislation, best practice etc... but also to gather opinion which can sometimes it can be challenging part, getting attendees to speak up and get involved. We’ve found that using audience response systems including voting pads helps ease tension and increases interaction.

Delegates can connect and join the event from anywhere the world. Using voting pads or mobile phones data can be integrated into presentations enabling real opinions and results displayed in real time. This is great for triggering interesting discussions whilst giving the audience anonymity.

The Catch box has been successful especially with younger audiences. The Catch Box is a simple way, literally throwing the microphone around the room, to encourage the audience to keep alert and involve them in the discussion.

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