Whitehall Media ran its sixth national Enterprise Conference on 6 November, 2012, at the Hotel Russell, London. The event ran smoothly, as expected, and the general consensus was that November’s event was the biggest and best yet. But how can you objectively judge the success of the conferences? Well, Whitehall Media firmly believes that the only way you can get a truly accurate reflection of any conference or event is by looking at the feedback received from delegates. We’re pleased to say that the feedback we received was largely positive and that the event was as well received as we’d hoped. Here’s what the delegates had to say.
The delegates’ response to IDM, 2012, was overwhelmingly positive:
- 94% of delegates rated the pre-conference and web registration process as good or excellent
- 91% thought the pre-conference correspondence was either good/ excellent
- 100% of delegates rated the on-site registration as good/excellent and
- 90% thought the on-site organisation was good/excellent.
- Location of exhibition – 92% good/excellent
- Range of exhibition – 84% good/excellent
- Relevance of exhibition – 96% good/excellent
Venue: Hotel Russell, London
- 95% of all delegates thought the venue was either good or excellent, though some delegates believed that site navigation for seminars could be made easier at future events by posting site maps.
General overall views of conference experience
- “Good day overall – range of exhibitors good and I made some good contacts”
- “The content was about right. The pace and range of presentations was very good. The location was excellent and was within walking distance of Euston.”
Would you attend another Whitehall Media Conference?
- 97 percent of respondents confirmed that they would like to attend future events.
Which companies were represented at IDM, 2012?
Seminars: delegate feedback
Managing Identity and Access: Courion
“Comforting to know everyone shares the same problems – good insight.”
“Excellent format – great discussion- would happily have attended more seminars had time permitted.”
“Well structured. Content developed theme in a progressive manner. Question sessions – responded well to audience questions.”
Move from Access Chaos to Access Karma: NetIQ
“Presenter knew his subject and answered questions both sympathetically and intelligently.”
“Well planned; comprehensive and to the point.”
Enhance and simplify the user access experience: Pirean
“Excellent presentation of access technology: perhaps a more-involved end-to-end demo would’ve been more appropriate.”
“Well delivered and very useful.”
Delivering Faster Access to Patient Information, Unlocking Efficiency and Cashable Value: Imprivita
“Good seminar – covered area, products and some demo.”