Soundbite Productions are proud to have supplied our audience voting systems on some amazing events with some great clients we have built up over the years.
Below are some examples of our recent projects.
Soundbite Audience Response worked with Ernst and Young and their highly successful Start Up Challenge programme, a six week programme to help startups in Digital Rights Management and Energy Trading, gain experience and market exposure.
A core section of the challenge is for 10 startup businesses to present their business idea to the audience of 100 people, with delegates voting on three key questions for each startup.
The audience were asked to vote from 1-5 on the topic of ‘Best Pitch’, ‘Best Product’ and ‘Most Innovative’ and our live and instantaneous system provided a ranking table on-screen showing how the delegates had voted.
Our clients were delighted with the system and for the time being at least, we are certainly not ‘fired’.
Using our Audience Voting System for a major national infrastructure department gained valuable feedback and instant data to pinpoint areas of their communication and systems that needed more attention, honing in on the groups of suppliers that they needed to better engage with.
Their Suppliers Conference grouped teams of 10 around 12 different tables, with questions being asked about key areas of their relationships, scoring their client on a scale of 1-10.
Topics included the engagement of suppliers, how they are meeting goals and the overall relationship between themselves and their client.
By asking for live feedback pseudo-anonymously, attendees could provide confidential feedback and honest opinions without the need to be singled out, supplying significantly more valuable feedback for the organisers.
Soundbite Audience Response was delighted to work with the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC) in central London, attended by around 150 delegates including the Police, youth workers, probation officers, parents, victims of crime and social services.
Attended by the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, the audience were quizzed on topics such as who has the main responsibility tackle knife crime, what would influence a young person to carry a knife and what key services would be best placed to help prevent people from being in possession of a knife.
Using a live feedback format, as each question was asked, the results were submitted via our simple to use keypads, and the instant on-screen feedback allowed the delegates to participate in a discussion around how they had all voted.
Delegates were also asked about their role, which allowed for the submission of questions broken down by demographic groups to provide later analysis by the Mayor’s Office.
Over 30 tables, 30 keypads were in use as an interactive tool to engage the attendees, showing a visible and audible audience response.
On the screens we also included a leaderboard showing the names of each of the tables, and everyone could see who was the fastest responder to each question.
This event showed us the flexibility of the system which has many features for engaging audiences, providing feedback and allowing for reports for our clients to use post-event.