Roam Presents: Exploring Gamification & 3 Ways To Use It To Grow Your Business

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Roam Presents: Exploring Gamification & 3 Ways To Use It To Grow Your Business
April 30, 2014 12:00 pm
April 30, 2014 1:00 pm
April 9, 2014
Roam Dunwoody
(770) 648-2921
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1155 Mount Vernon Hwy Suite 800, Atlanta, GA, 30338, United States


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3 Ways To Use ‘Gamification Marketing’ To GROW Your Business

Gartner Research says that 70% of the Global 2000 Companies will have at least one Gamified application by the year 2015.  Gamification will become as important and as ubiquitous as Facebook, Ebay, and Amazon.  If you are one of the many who are on the search for how to harness the power of Gamification to ignite better engagement and performance, here is your opportunity without having to go to San Francisco.

Increasingly, top-performing companies are integrating Gamification into marketing and learning & development programs.  Terry Barber and Larry Mohl will help explain what ‘Gamification Marketing’ is, how to use it and illustrate how it can be an engaging tactic to accelerate through performance barriers and build brand loyalty.  This event promises to be a fun-filled learning forum. It will help you become better equipped to engage in and lead out in discussion with your clients on leveraging gamification to ignite customer and employee engagement.  [Perhaps you can take advantage of this unique forum and invite a client to attend with you.]

Larry Mohl and Terry Barber, co-founders of the Atlanta based Gamification platform, Jamstir, will be our guest on April 30 to help ‘demystify’ Gamification and teach you how to use it to grow your business.

  • $15 | Lunch Included

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About Terry Barber.
Engagement strategist for Johns Hopkins Medicine, Texas A&M, the Omnicom Group and creator of America’s Most Inspiring Companies list published by Forbes.  Author of the best selling book, ‘The Inspiration Factor, How to Revitalize your Company’s Morale in 12 Weeks.’

About Larry Mohl.
Former Chief Learning Officer for Motorola, The American Express Company, and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. Co-author of the best selling business book, ‘Networking is Dead: How to Make Connections that Matter.’


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