Are you interested in finding out what your delegates think? Are you keen to improve the feedback between speaker and attendees?
Voting keypads are the answer to engaging your delegates without leaving a hole in your budget.
Long Live Voting Keypads
The voting keypad remains the easiest and most cost effective way to engage your delegates and gain valuable audience insights.
Whether it’s a small focus group or an event for thousands of employees, the results are ready to display on the mainscreen in moments. Votes are usually collected anonymously and by individual voting keypad. Anonymity helps avoid results being distorted by peer pressure or other undesirable meeting dynamics.
I’ve worked as a technician at many events and there will always be a place for voting. Voting keypads continue to be a valuable tool for event organisers.
Is That Your Final Answer?
You’ve decided to add a Crystal operator and voting keypads. What type of voting are you going to do?
You will want to ask questions related to the slide content to check your audience is listening. This works but only scratches the surface of what is possible. Here are some other voting keypad formats:
A team or individual quiz with a mix of question types and multimedia can help reinforce learning in a fun way.
Using the keypads to do a quick fire end of event survey is a great way to get an 80-90% response rate and immediate feedback.
Game show formats are also well received by participants. For example, a ‘Who Wants to be a Millionaire’ style quiz is a memorable and entertaining event moment. Or have some funny money fun with ‘The Drop’.
For deeper real time insight, collect demographic votes to analyse and split a group’s responses by region, business unit, experience, interests or other factors.
A Bigger Bang With Voting Keypads
In a recent 15 event roadshow, our client invited over 1,000 employees to participate using voting keypads. In the report we delivered 600 charts highlighting the staff view of key business trends.
Use voting keypads for an effective and budget friendly way to engage with your audience.
Find out more about using our voting keypad service at your next event, contact Roy on 020 3176 2000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org