Why is it that every conference seems to invent their own feedback procedure and feedback questionnaire?
Ever since SpeakerScore launched its standardized system of measurement for speakers we have received requests from conference organizers.
Getting feedback for a conference used to be a tedious and time-consuming task. The organizers needed to figure out:
- What questions to ask
- How to get attendees to respond while the event is still fresh in their minds
- What system to use to collect and compile results (i.e. Excel)
- How to interpret the data; "how did we do?"
- And finally, how to get the relevant data back to the speakers so they can improve
Introducing SpeakerScore for conferences
Finally, there is a simple, standardized way to get comprehensive conference feedback.
You don't have to invent long pages of clever questions and you don't need to struggle to collect and interpret data.
You no longer need to manually send results to speakers.
And best of all — your attendees will appreciate that you’re using a modern approach to feedback. Essentially, you get better feedback while saving a lot of time and effort.
How does SpeakerScore for conferences work?
Why is SpeakerScore for conferences better?