FRONT.designTech launches today, providing the commercial design community with a comprehensive directory to all the people they need to meet.
August 23rd, 2019
Planning on attending FRONT.design next Thursday and Friday at Barangaroo in Sydney? Register today because the event’s online matchmaking platform, FRONT.designTech, is about to go live!
This digital directory is designed to give you direct access to every attending mover, shaker, influencer, expert and brand in Australia’s commercial ecosystem. It’s essentially the industry’s strongest tool to connect and establish meetings that actually convert.
Step 1: Once you register for FRONT.design you will receive an exclusive email link, to your inbox, directing you to the meeting portal.
Step 2: Log-in and click ‘Directory’ at the top of the screen to view all currently registered FRONT.design attendees (check back in as more come online in the next week).
Step 3: Select your desired contact from the list and follow the prompts to establish a time and location to meet. Voila!
#Handy filters have been built into the tech, to help you find the right contact. You can also establish a purpose for your meeting and set the agenda early.
#You’ll find FRONT.designTech meetings run to a strict 15 minute schedule. If you’d like a longer meeting, simply block out an additional meeting request.
#All meetings start at the main café on level 2 or 4 – FRONT.design’s two main floors. If you are exhibiting or visiting an exhibitor on Level 2, for example, your meeting will start in the Corner Café. Level 4 is the Main Bar by Maxton Fox.
Download the FRONT.designTech Guide here.
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