Make your audience part of your event.
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Abundance embraced the ‘live’ element of The Drum Live like no one else, involving the attending audience in a live privacy experiment. Here we look at how the innovation company is blurring the line between research and creativity, and how it duped five unsuspecting delegates using freely available online information.
“The speaker is not who he says he is. He doesn’t work at Abundance. He’s never worked in marketing. And he’s never met the five ‘old friends’ he’s just invited up on stage with him,” interrupts a woman, springing urgently to her feet, unannounced, from the audience. WTF?
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Our poor fragile minds.
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The Gentleman’s Wager.
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