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Meetoo’s strategic goal is to attain a dominant global position in the provision of insight and two-way engagement through the mobile device, deploying a market leading product set that is mature, stable, and scalable without the need for significant further investment.
As Europe’s only show dedicated to Event Technology, ‘Event Tech Live’ is a firm fixture in the calendar. For the Meetoo team, taking part in Event Tech Live is a business opportunity naturally but it’s also a chance for the team to immerse ourselves in all the event ‘geekery’ that gets our fingers and grey matter twitching. Read our tips for visiting the show...
Event Professionals face the challenge of sourcing and using event technology tools that are reliable and deliver successful results, whilst also working with ever changing requirements and budgets. So, what are the four main considerations you should bear in mind when looking for your next event technology solution?
On August 8 2017, Google CEO Sundar Pichai abruptly cancelled the company’s much-anticipated all hands Town Hall meeting, convened to discuss the gender controversy that has engulfed the company and in turn created the worst kind of publicity from a reputational perspective.
On 14th July 2017, we held our first ever Online Future Forum with some of Meetoo’s most active users, our Product Manager, Matt Kelly and our CTO Marcus Wikars. Find out what was discussed and get hints as to what might be next for Meetoo...
Our customers often ask us for a top tip when using Meetoo... so, to settle an internal debate we decided to run a webinar based on top tips from the Meetoo Team and asked our customers to vote on what they thought was the best tip.
With telecommuting rapidly increasing, it is essential that employees are communicating well and maintaining high levels of engagement with their employer. So, how do you keep your remote workers informed, engaged and progressing their skills, whilst understanding their needs and assessing their development at a distance?
General election fever is upon the UK. Various polls will be aiming to give the population a projection of how things might go. Contesting parties will be looking for a steer as to what is working, or where focus is required in the lead up to polling day on June 8th. The accuracy of these various opinion polls has rightly been called into question following some recent ‘shock’ results. Fortunately for businesses, there is a much more effective way to gather meaningful insights to base their decisions upon.
In today’s times of political uncertainty, particularly with Brexit looming, the old adage of “change is a constant” has never been truer. For businesses, change can be exciting and can open new opportunities for growth and development but, without effective change management and communication, it can be nothing short of disastrous.