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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.
To mark the latest release to the Meetoo platform and app, we thought we’d share a quick run-down of what it means for users and share some links to resources for further information. We’ve also gazed into our crystal ball to predict the most likely FAQ’s. Admittedly relying on psychic ability to predict your FAQ’s is not a fool proof system so we will commit to updating this blog article as we receive any real ones...
With the new Meetoo updates happening this week, I decided to grab a couple of minutes with the Meetoo Product Manager, Matt Kelly, to discuss what this next release means for our customers.
As it’s May the 4th and a large proportion of our team are self-confessed Star Wars geeks, we decided to reflect on what Star Wars has taught our business…
The aim of education is to provide students with the skills they will need for later life. Yet according to a study by the National Careers Service, many employers are seeking candidates with certain soft skills and find them absent.
Meetoo, the real-time messaging and polling app for meetings and educational events, has formed a partnership with audience engagement specialist Crystal Interactive Meetings, that will see Crystal providing a comprehensive customer support service.
The first University in the Western Hemisphere was founded at Fez in Morocco in 1059, followed by Bologna in 1088 and Oxford in 1096. Ever since, lecturing has been the predominant form of teaching.
Town Hall Meetings have become a staple of global management. The purpose of a Town Hall Meeting is to give a voice to the many and to inform the decision making of the few by soliciting the broadest possible range of opinions.
From student research UCLan conducted using Meetoo, we know that all students said they enjoyed using Meetoo in class with 92% feeling their understanding of the lecture improved with the use of Meetoo.