Thought Leadership Summit: What Did Attendees Think

Russ Curry, Ministry of New Media

We kept our survey short so got about 80% of those who attended to give feedback on our last Thought Leadership Summit: Video Walls Unplugged.

Here’s what they had to say…

  1. Did the Thought Leadership Summit live up to its name and stimulate thought?
    Yes 100%
  2. Did the speakers respect their briefs?
    Yes 100%
  3. Did you learn anything new?
    Yes 100%
  4. Who were the best presenters?
    Our survey said JCDecaux’s Tim Harvey was the best, followed by Ayuda Media Systems’ Andreas Soupliotis and Futuresource’s Mike Fisher
  5. How would you rate the venue/location?
    Excellent 45.83%
    Very good 41.67%
    Good 12.50%
  6. Which session did you attend?
    Morning 25%
    Afternoon 12.50%
    BOTH 62.50%
  7. How would you rate the overall quality of the presenters?
    Excellent 17.39%
    Very good 78.26%
    Good 4.35%
  8. How would you rate the overall quality of the slides?
    Excellent 8.70%
    Very good 73.91%
    Good 17.39%
  9. Would you attend another Thought Leadership Summit?
    Yes 100%
  10. And lastly we asked if there were any particular subjects you would like to see discussed? to which folks replied (in summary) …
    • More content science
    • Control room video walls
    • Content psychology
    • The use of Big Data in the DOOH market
    • Social Media interaction with DOOH
    • Content research and development

If you have an idea for a Thought Leadership Summit (our next as regular readers will know is in NYC and is entitled ‘Billboards Uplugged‘) leave a comment here and let us know.

One Response to “Thought Leadership Summit: What Did Attendees Think”

  1. kevin williams Says:

    Would love to see a dedicated part of the session on interactivity / entertainment applications in the DOOH arena – possibly some support from the DNA Association?

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