How to facilitate questions in f2f events digitally

Participants continuously associate questions, objections and ideas with the content they bring to thm. But only a few participants want to expose themselves to a hall microphone. Also, they usually get neither space nor time to speak up. 

By facilitating questions digitally, the focus of attention can be directed to a much larger number of participants. 


Teambits has two practical example to lay things out a bit:


Bored of Dull Panel Discussions?

Panel discussions are part of most events, but so many lack energy and are just dull. This is frustrating because with the right planning and the right planning and a great interactive engagement solution such as Open Audience, panel discussions can be transformed from being stage-managed and low-energy to being exciting, edgy, and valuable to the panel and participants alike.


1. Be brave, be flexible and use technology

The busy event-planner's guide to year-round mobile communication

For event planners, it is exciting to see an engagement peak within their mobile app during a conference. The app gathers an active community of attendees, professionals, and members and presents a unique communication channel. But what happens once the event is over? The challenge is to keep the engagement up and activate users year-round. Most event profs fear not to have enough content or expertise to fill their mobile app throughout the year. Luckily, it does not take a dedicated team or much time to uphold your mobile community.

Wow Sponsors and Exhibitors With Event Lead Capture

Attracting exhibitors and sponsors to your event means providing great ROI. A major incentive for exhibitors to participate in your event is the opportunity to collect quality leads. CrowdComms digitally enablesd lead capture is a great way to gather qualified leads. Your sponsors and exhibitors want to covert connections into powerful leads? Are they keen to ditch business cards? 



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