Audience interaction specialist sli.do today announces that it has hit a significant milestone as more than 1,000 events around the world used its Q&A and polling platform in a single month.
From the presidential debate in the Philippines, which was broadcast on Philippine national television, to the Festival of Marketing in London, featuring Lord Sugar and the Canadian Astronaut Chris Hadfield, famed for his rendition of Major Tom from space, sli.do has helped to facilitate conversation across a wide range of events and conferences in 65 different countries around the world.
Over the 30 days in November, more than 64,000 active users used sli.do to ask over 38,000 questions, with an average of 136 question ‘up-votes’ received per event.
sli.do CEO Peter Komornik comments: “1000 events in one month is a significant milestone for us in our vision to make events and conferences more interactive and democratic. We are humbled by the growth we have experienced so far and we are very grateful to our customers for their trust. We will stay committed to continuously improving the sli.do user experience and providing excellent customer service to all our users.”
Following a highly successful year, sli.do has this week achieved the accolade of Events Industry Supplier Of The Year at the PPA Connect 2015 Awards, in recognition of the simplicity of its technology and dedicated customer service.
About sli.do sli.do is an audience interaction platform for meetings and events. It allows event organisers to crowd-source top questions for Q&A sessions, get instant feedback via live polls and share presentations with their audience in real-time. sli.do’s focus is on simplicity, allowing organisers to create an event in less than a minute, while participants can join from any device with just one simple code.
Since its foundation in 2012, sli.do has helped to transform over 6,000 events in 95 countries by engaging tens of thousands of participants. sli.do has been adopted by a number of renowned conferences such as SXSWedu, LeWeb and Pioneers Festival and has worked with high-profile clients including Eventbrite, Tesco, KPMG, UBM and Cisco.