Conversation-based experiences for your
Customers, Prospects, or Employees
Haute Dokimazo Spontaneous Think Tank™
Turn-Key, 3-hour experience series
*Only sold in 3-pack for the utmost effectiveness*
If you want to add conversation into your event portfolio to break out of the webinar-only content and build community, a Spontaneous Think Tank™ might be right for you. This 3-hour online experience can be used as a stand-alone event or incorporated into your existing virtual event and is ideal for up to 100 participants (although more can be accommodated).
We crowdsource in real-time with the participants, curating the topics, and then selecting the facilitators during the event. You bring the people, we do the rest!
Ways to use a Spontaneous Think Tank:
Bring prospects and customers together, asking customers what problems they've solved and can help with and asking prospects what problems they are trying to solve (then your customers lead the sessions for your prospects!).
Engage existing communities that normally have meet-ups and now have to go virtual.
Use as a replacement for field events that you can no longer hold in person.
Engage employee resource groups with this virtual experience for networking and collaboration across business units or geographies.
It's your turn-key, peer-to-peer solution.
in a Virtual Selling Environment
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
“I didn’t expect a 3-hour long event to be so impactful. I was energized, I laughed, I connected, I learned, I shared. This was exactly what my soul and my business needed right now. Thank you!”
"This event uncovered so many insights from our customers that we had no idea they were thinking. There is no other way that we could have found out exactly what they are struggling with right now."
"Having HD run our trategy session let us combine team-building with planning in a way that we never thought would be possible while we're all remote. This was a spectacular and useful experience for our team."
"We held one Innovator's Compass as an entry-level way to get our executives used to the idea of crowdsourcing and now they want our other teams to have them, too!"