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  1. Slido is the ultimate Q&A and polling platform for live and virtual meetings and events. It offers interactive Q&A, live polls and insights about your audience.

    freemium €10.0 / Monthly (billed annually)

  2. Audience response system that uses mobile phones, twitter, and the web. Responses are displayed in real-time on gorgeous charts in PowerPoint, Keynote, or web browser.

  3. Glisser makes presentations interactive – it takes regular PowerPoint, Keynote or PDF slide decks and pushes them out live to audience mobile devices. Your audience can then interact with the presenter with via polls, Q&A, voting and much more.

  4. Use OMBEA® tools to measure, analyze and act on customer, employee and student feedback.

  5. Crowdpurr is an Audience Engagement Platform that helps you create amazing interactive...

  6. Simple Events Management: Eventogy has been designed with the single aim of making it simple for corporate events professionals to manage and market their events

  7. Bravura Arts & Framing: fine Custom Framing and Art-Related Services throughout Frederick and the central Maryland area

  8. Kahoot! makes it easy to create, play and share fun learning games in minutes—for any subject, in any language, on any device.

  9. Sendsteps increases audience interaction during conferences and other business meetings.

  10. Crowd Mics provides solutions to turn phones into microphones for live events to boost audience interaction.

  11. You can now do important things in your presentation better and easier. Presentain helps speakers engage and grow their audiences.

  12. Business tool for gathering, analyzing, and monitoring customer feedback via posted smileys with embedded unique QR-codes.

  13. Measuring customer satisfaction via feedback terminals. The terminals consist of four smiley-faced buttons. This information is used by companies to find pinpoints where they are provided suboptimal service and to improve it

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