Wildgoose​ ​launches​ interactive​ ​meetings​ ​tool

The new tool will allow employees to engage with key conference themes through every stage of the event.

Jonny Edser
Jonny Edser

The new end-to-end tool designed by Wildgoose offers six different modules, including pre-event teasers and activities, energisers, audience participation, breakouts and workshops, teambuilding and post-event activities.

Companies can tailor the offering for their specific engagement needs, gaining feedback to see tangible ROI on their event.

"Wildgoose is passionate about engagement and we are taking this philosophy into the conference and meetings market. We see a gap in the market for our app, which puts gamification at the heart of your next meeting. We are not trying to be another conference app but rather to provide a product for those clients that wish to do things a little differently to inspire and engage their teams," said Wildgoose managing director, Jonny Edser.

"Our new interactive meetings tool allows delegates to engage with content at every stage of the event with highly customised solutions, leading to higher retention rates and greater overall delegate satisfaction. With the days of passive meetings long behind us, this new tool provides a simple way to keep delegates involved, active and connected from initial registration until after the conference."

 

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