Success Stories

How can you generate as much money as possible for your chosen charity through an easy to use, secure system, whilst creating a fun night for your guests? Cystinosis is a rare inherited disease occurring in 1 in 200,000 births within developing countries. The Cystinosis Foundation UK is a charity that supports individuals, families and researchers in the Cystinosis community. The charity held a silent auction dinner to raise as much money as possible. Guests were given two iPads per table, programmed with...

A leading London City law firm held a Partner Network day on Market Disruption and Innovation. Hosts wanted Partners within the firm to take part in two question and answer sessions to get crucial feedback on how the firm was performing in a range of business service areas. How we did it In the first session, organisers wanted Partners to have the opportunity to raise any issues concerning market disruption that they wanted panel speakers to address. To enable this, we created a...

As part of Advertising Week Europe 2015, the Advertising Association held an evening event called 'Last One Standing'. Four competitors took to the stage to present their views in front of a live audience of over 200 on whether the advertising world and its output really reflects British diversity, whether the most was being made of UK talent and if not, how they might change things. The main question facing the four was 'UK advertising will never be truly diverse...

A leading provider of global solutions and managed services wanted to host a silent auction for over 200 guests using iPads to raise as much money as possible for their chosen charity. The Challenge The guests needed to be able to view lot information easily and bid for their chosen item in a secure and hassle-free way. We provided each table with two iPads with our silent auction app. Each lot had its own page within the app where guests could view pictures...

Consider using a quiz system to test just how much your employees know about your company’s products. Overview The European Society for Immunodeficiencies, a not for profit association, improving knowledge in the field of immunology, held their 16th Biennial meeting in Prague. The four day scientific programme drew over 2,000 medical experts from across the globe to discuss advances in diagnostic immunology, genetics and immunobiology of human diseases, as well as providing a forum to share knowledge. One of the exhibitors, a global...

Objective A leading medical device manufacturer wanted to create two engaging and informative medical symposiums for over 1100 global surgeons hosted in Rome and Sapporo discussing the latest in orthopaedic surgery. Surgeons needed to be informed about surgical trends, share their experiences and clinical evidence, so that they could improve their own practices and patient care. Organisers wanted to explore new learning opportunities for surgeons to not only create a truly interactive experience but to make training and education more effective and engaging. The...

At many events we attend, there is an exhibition element. This may be sponsors or suppliers to the client, or even different internal services. These exhibitors may have contributed to finance the event in the first place and of course need to see a return on that investment. The only way you can do that is to ensure the delegates actually visit the different exhibitors and interact with them. And the only way to get delegates to visit the exhibitors...

Visitor attraction company dazzles employees with tablet content A major visitor attraction company wanted to create an engaging, interactive and inspiring conference for 300 of its employees across its brands. The conference aims focused on increasing value within the business and delivering excellent customer service. The three day event held at Alton Towers needed to inspire and motivate employees. Organisers wanted to give their employees a memorable experience and provide them with all the conference materials they needed using the latest technology. To...

A leading accountancy and professional services firm wanted 350 delegates to be able to message each other privately during a professional networking event to make introductions, arrange meetings or just generally talk shop. Messages sent between individuals needed to be done in a secure way, with only the intended recipients being able to view their messages. With the use of our Smart Badges, this was not a problem. Each delegate was given their own personalised RFID badge which allowed them to log...

Young people can often feel disconnected when it comes to politics and find it difficult to relate to political issues despite these areas having a crucial impact on their everyday lives. How do you show young people that their opinions and ideas can make a difference, provide a way to engage them and give them a platform to speak out on the issues that are important to them? Ealing Council invited a selection of school children of different ages to their annual...