Are you *organising* a live event, or are you *looking* for a live event to host your business?
If you're organising - then there's no middle-man - and everything is very straightforward (please also read on about becoming part of Think Radio's pre-packaged events opportunities though).
If your company is not experienced in the live entertainment sector, it can all be a bit daunting. And for that reason Think Radio also offers a wide range of pre-packaged events(however, if you already have a preferred event, then Think Radio is ready to work with them).
Your *chosen* target audience available to you - to promote your brand/product/service and instantly *measure* audience responses - and an option to continue interacting with your target group long after the event, with the smartwatch model.
SO HOW DOES IT WORK?
Think Radio is cultivating contacts within the live events sector - venues, promoters, live music, theatre etc - and encouraging them to try out innovative new ideas and push the boundaries of live entertainment.
Companies *organising* a live event will then have an opportunity to use Think Radio's technology at low or no cost to them, by taking up Think Radio's offer to become a pre-packaged event (it's an easy sell!).
Companies *looking* to market and promote their products and services can then choose between any of these pre-packaged events - or ask Think Radio to work with an event of their own.
ARTISTS AND LIGHTING ENGINEERS
Think Radio also talks to and works with lighting designers, and makes the technology available to them to evaluate and build into innovative shows (do also please make contact if you're interested in becoming part of a pre-packaged event).
THINGS YOU NEED TO CONSIDER:
1. How would you like the wristband device styled, and would you like the participants to keep it as a branded souvenir?
2. What sorts of colours and logos would you like displayed?
3. Most importantly - what questions would you like to put to the audience? Questions should be yes/no, or multiple-choice with no more than 4 options. It's fine to ask chained questions to present extra options etc.
4. And finally - what happens after the event? Would you like to stay in touch with some or all of your guests? Would you like to keep them as an instantly available group - so that you can put new or further questions to them?