PowerVote’s new Singapore office is a logical progression for our company. We look forward to bringing the benefit of our experience, expertise and technology to clients in Singapore and in the Asia Pacific region.
London, UK (PRWEB UK) 2 July 2014
PowerVote, the events technology and engagement specialists, announce the opening of their first subsidiary in Asia. Opening at the end of June, PowerVote’s Singapore office brings the company’s blend of technology and expertise to the Asia-Pacific region for the first time.
PowerVote work with businesses, organisations and event professionals to help them create more effective and more engaging meetings and events. Using a unique blend of technology – including mobile and tablet apps and voting keypads – and consultancy services, PowerVote have a proud history of helping their partners to meet their strategic objectives while boosting their event ROI.
PowerVote technology and consultancy services work in harmony to deliver significant benefits to events and meetings of all sizes. Before an event, PowerVote work with their clients to design sessions and presentations that will engage and entertain audiences. During an event, PowerVote technology enables greater audience participation and gathers accurate responses – all the while harvesting a wealth of data about the audience, their preferences and their behaviours. After an event PowerVote provide reports which reduce complex data sets into meaningful insights.
PowerVote Singapore is the multinational’s eighth branch, and now gives the company representatives in seven countries: France, Spain, Germany, UK, Brazil, Mexico and Singapore.
PowerVote Co-CEO Marc Vaillaud said: “PowerVote’s new Singapore office is a logical progression for our company. Event organisers understand the importance of engaging and entertaining their users while also deriving value from their investment. We look forward to bringing the benefit of our experience, expertise and technology to clients in Singapore and in the Asia Pacific region and hope that this is just the beginning of PowerVote in Asia.”