Success Stories

Well it would appear so from the audience on new Channel  4 comedy game show 'I Don’t Like Mondays' hosted by Alan Carr. Members of the audience compete to win a year's salary but there's a catch: they have to resign from their job on air at the end of the show. There are 3 rounds plus a final in each show with contestants being selected from the audience by Alan and a celebrity guest participating in a series of hilarious games...

We often say that less is more when it comes to event technology and this is a perfect example of that. A large international airline was looking to run a conference for their leadership team to discuss challenges they faced across the company and possible solutions to these. They knew that the people attending were the best placed to not only identify the issues but to solve them as well, they just had to get them talking. They approached Group Dynamics to...

A large financial services company run a pension roadshow around the UK every year. Given previous experience with event technology that did not achieve their objectives, they approached Group Dynamics to design and build a new solution. This needed to be easy for their clients to use as well as capturing as much information as possible to gather insights from the interactions and learn more about their clients’ needs and requirements. The Solution The name badges provided to all attendees included an RFID...

... or how to strap a rocket onto your tortoise. At many events, more people register than actually appear on the day. One area that this causes issues for is badging. Traditionally, all badges are printed before the event and meticulously laid out in alphabetical order on large tables ready for registration. As delegates arrive their badge is located and handed over. The process is time-consuming and not very efficient. And of course you are left with a pile of waste badges...

In April 2016 Innovate Finance held their annual global summit focussing on the developments in the world of FinTech at The Guildhall in London. As with many conference events, there was an exhibitor element and Innovate Finance wanted a solution for their exhibitors that embraced the theme of the event utilising innovative technology. This is where we came in! For the second year running Innovate Finance approached Group Dynamics to help them offer an innovative lead retrieval solution. Each of the 1600...

Actually it isn’t but the Sky1 television game show with the same name continues to test whether the most startling facts are true. With Lee Mack overseeing proceedings, three celebrity guests bring an interesting fact to the table for discussion and, with the help of a team of verifiers, attempt to prove whether this fact is true or not. They also discuss facts put forward by the audience as well as by Lee himself. Season 3 of the show introduced an audience...

Conducted by a world-class international faculty of top orthopaedic knee surgeons, the meeting was an intensive three days of lectures, debates and workshops to introduce the newest techniques and innovations in knee repair products, in soft tissue management and re-constructive surgery. The 900 attendees were actively encouraged to ask questions, interact with faculty, share and debate best practices to improve standards in knee arthroplasty. Group Dynamics created a bespoke meeting app for the three day conference; offering the following features: [unordered_list style='circle' number_type='circle_number'...

Waterboarding and Interactive Voting – an interesting mix! Over the years we’ve supported thousands of different events but last month was the first time we have provided interactive systems for some (simulated!) torture and executions, as part of a harrowing piece of political theatre called Trash Cuisine organised by Belarus Free Theatre, a company banned in their country of origin. The play centres on the death penalty in all its gruesomeness, and effectively puts capital punishment on trial itself. The keypads were...

A leading pharmaceutical company held a summit in Cape Town to discuss the advances in their field. 150 Doctors attended from Africa and the Middle East. Organisers wanted to create an informative and engaging conference for doctors to discuss and share the latest advances in their field of treatment, as well as having the ability to make notes of case studies and discussions to refer back to in practice. Doctors registered their attendance by logging into one of our tablets using a...

How do you create an engaging, informative conference for over 500 delegates and enable them to network with one another? A leading accountancy and professional services firm wanted to create an engaging conference for 500 delegates across the financial sector at their annual European bank restructuring and debt conference. Organisers wanted to discuss the latest issues facing the financial sector through a series of expert led panel sessions using the latest technology. Sessions were designed for the delegate-organisers wanted them to be...