Six Ultra-Creative Uses for QR Codes at Events, Conferences & Training Sessions

After years of limited use, the QR code is finding new life thanks to new default camera integrations in smartphones.

3 Step Response for Events Dealing With Unexpected Circumstances (Coronavirus)

Considering how many resources go into planning an event, cancellation is never ideal, and with the proper strategies in place, it shouldn't be needed. In this example, we will discuss the serious issue and ongoing effects of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19).

3 Ways to use Ranking Polls to Engage Audiences

Ranking polls, where delegates are required to arrange a list of options in some sort of order, make an interesting alternative to straight-forward multiple choice poll questions.

Glisser Features: Audience Q&A

When you deliver a presentation, how important is audience engagement? Paramount, right? If your audience isn’t paying attention, why even bother presenting? 

3 Key Preparations for GDPR during Brexit

It’s now vital that all companies, their marketers, event planners, trainers and any other business users of SaaS platforms consider how the personal data of their people and their clients is being handled by their technology suppliers.

The Top 10 PowerPoint Alternatives for 2020

PowerPoint was first rolled out by Microsoft in 1987. Since then, they’ve added a raft of features with subsequent versions. It’s been the undisputed presentation king over the past three decades and rightly so - it was one of the first mainstream presentation tools. It revolutionized events, education and training, and everything in between. However, there’s now a plethora of new and exciting alternatives that enable even novice users to create highly visual, engaging and customized presentations.

8 Critical Elements to Capture Data at Conferences Successfully

For as long we’ve used databases, sales and marketing folk have hacked together smart ways to get contact details collected offline, online....

Increasing Engagement for Internal Events

Organising internal events can be a stressful ordeal. It's no wonder that event planning is often considered to be one of the most stressful jobs out there. Having a low turnout can be an event planner’s nightmare, after putting so much time and effort into organising it. So how do you get more bums on seats for your internal events? We’ll discuss some of the ways to attract a higher turnout.

Make Your Sessions Feel Like Your Own

With up to 25% of marketing budgets going towards events, you need to ensure you use a platform that is flexible, feels like your own and one that your audience is comfortable with.

Meet Your Security Requirements

Enterprise-grade security has been at the heart of Glisser since its inception. We recognise with the steep rise in data breaches, companies consider data security as one of their most pressing features.
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