“Rather than feeling zapped of energy, I seem to become more energized with each braindate.” Journalist Jessica Mudditt writes about how Braindate brings communities closer in Marie Claire Australia.
What we're up to
In this article for The Learnplace four event professionals share with us how they’re approaching planning hybrid events in 2020.
In this interview with our CEO Christine Renaud, Isarta writes about how e180 is reinventing event networking in the face of the current crisis!
Event Marketer reccommends Braindate as a “virtual collaboration platform to use in the era of social distancing.”
Who's talking about us
Generally, networking at conferences is luck or serendipity. With Braindate, the serendipity is gone. You can say what you want in a few words and you get to meet the people who are interested in what you are saying and so there is no wasting time. It’s really targeted, and that’s what makes your entry fee better value.
This goes beyond traditional networking: this challenges participants to engage on a deeper level. Our guests have told us they came away from their braindates feeling inspired, filled with fresh ideas and perspectives, and with new opportunities for collaboration with people with diverse profiles.
I am such a huge supporter of braindates. Not only have I participated as a user but I have also procured them for 2 conferences I have planned. Peer to peer collaboration is the future of learning.