The 20.20 Gamification Dinner

Situated in a former bank vault in the heart of The City, a small and exclusive group of guests attended the 20.20 Gamification Dinner. Co-hosted by Badgeville, the evening was full of stimulating conversation, networking and enlightenment into how gamification can engage customers, affect their behaviour and drive both sales and loyalty.

The evening was a great success with some really positive feedback:

“It was a really good dinner… I enjoyed the discussion tremendously and learnt a significant amount about gamification. I think it will be interesting to see how these techniques develop over the coming years.”
Keith Edelman, Non Executive Director, Supergroup plc

“Thanks so much for inviting me, I found it really interesting and want to hear more… I think you got some people really enthused about gamification!”
Laura Hatton, Head of Marketing,

“Many thanks for your hospitality last night. What a fantastic venue. I found the company and conversation very engaging.”
Julian Graham-Rack, Senior eCommerce and eGaming Executive.

“Thanks again for a fantastic evening – spectacular venue and stimulating conversation. Most valuable part for me was understanding how gamification is hitting retail/leisure sectors out of grocery…”
Richard Wallace, Senior Business Analyst, IGD

“What a GREAT way to discuss gamification. It was truly a privilege.”
Debi Cohen, Head of Ecommerce, Cass Art

If you would like to learn more about the benefits of gamification, please do get in touch

View in to The Vault

Making introductions

Ready for dinner

Round the table

Engaged in conversation

Andrew Hearn
Posted on Monday October 8 2012 | Comments (0)