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E!UK feedback

Over 100 people made it to E!UK and as usual we ask for the delegates feedback which we like to share openly.
I would like to add that the speakers themselves were very positive and I know that some Estonian and Uk companies have done deals already as a result oif the event.

The feedback has been positive enough that we intend to put together another two E!UK-style events: one in Tallinn and one in London
here’s the feedback and thanks to all who particpated 🙂

1. E!UK general evaluation (1 is worst, 5 is best): *
1. 0.0 %
2. 18.8 %
3. 31.2 %
4. 37.5 %
5. 12.5 %

2. Evaluate E!UK venue – The NLE Conference Center: *
1. 0.0 %
2. 6.2 %
3. 18.8 %
4. 43.8 %
5. 31.2 %

3. Evaluate the organizers (altex): *
1. 0.0 %
2. 12.5 %
3. 6.2 %
4. 50.0 %
5. 31.2 %

4. Evaluate the content of E!UK: *
1. 0.0 %
2. 13.3 %
3. 40.0 %
4. 40.0 %
5. 6.7 %

5. Evaluate the E!UK moderator – Robin Gurney: *
1. 0.0 %
2. 6.2 %
3. 6.2 %
4. 56.2 %
5. 31.2 %

6. Your comments about Robin Gurney:
*It was interesting to listen to him, gives good conclusions and summary.
*Direct and professional. Too little time for moderator since the time schedule was very tight. Moderation worked. Robin was a good link between the audience and the speakers. The silence in the auditorium could have been avoided with moderation job.
*Gave good summaries after every presentation.

7. Evaluate Sam Michel and his presentation (Chinwag – Digital Marketing Opportunities in the UK for Estonians) *
1. 0.0 %
2. 13.3 %
3. 26.7 %
4. 33.3 %
5. 26.7 %

8. Your comments about Sam Michel:
*I guess it was practical for many people.
*Content and presentation were good. Exactly what I expected of him as a PR and training specialist.
* Very general content and overview, no valuable information. Sounded more like a promotion of UK job market.
*Quick overview. Seemed like he was doing the sales-talk. Nonetheless had good information.

9. Evaluate Marcel Udo and his presentation (EyeWonder – The Future of Banner Advertising and Rich Media) *
1. 0.0 %
2. 26.7 %
3. 20.0 %
4. 20.0 %
5. 33.3 %

10. Your comments about Marcel Udo:
*Fun and colorful, but not that informative.
*Poor translators. Speaker had bad pronunciation and his thought flow was disjointed. But the product was interesting and thus I will not give the grade 1.
*The ‚future’ he showed is already a ‚present’ here.
*Too much self-promotion
*The point of his presentation was abstruse – no details about the possibilities, just promoted the company and demo solutions. Since it is innovational undertaking, the presentations hould have contained explanations of the mechanism and the demos should have been shown in a more concrete manner. Too much fuzz all the time.
* The best and most attractive speaker of the entire event.

11. Evaluate Craig Hanna and his presentation (E-consultancy – The Atomised Web) *
1. 0.0 %
2. 20.0 %
3. 33.3 %
4. 26.7 %
5. 20.0 %

12. Your comments about Craig Hanna:
*Very businesslike, practical.
*Since I can’t remember anything, good or bad, it’s hard to evaluate.
*It was hard to understand him. He should consider the fact that the audience was not native English.
*Presentation was fast and content-rich. The speaker knows that he has limitations when it come to verbal skills. He should present more calmly and with same good humor.
*Seemed very nervous.

13. Evaluate Jon Bains and his presentation (Lateral – The People vs. The Brand) *
1. 0.0 %
2. 12.5 %
3. 37.5 %
4. 25.0 %
5. 25.0 %

14. Your comments about Jon Bains:
*The content of the presentation was not about the topic he was supposed to speak about.
*Speaker was good. The topic had little value for me.
*The best presentation of the entire event.
*Interesting topic, but spent too much time talking of himself and the development of his company. It seemed that he was there to make the sales talk for future business prospects.

15. Evaluate Alastair Cole and his presentation (GolleySlater – Swimming Against The Tide: Information Architecture and UI Design): *
1. 0.0 %
2. 20.0 %
3. 20.0 %
4. 40.0 %
5. 20.0 %

16. Your comments about Alastair Cole:
*The best presentation of the entire event and very practical.
*The best combination of good presentation and subject matter. For me very important material and excellent presentation.
*Needed topic, but too cursory. Thus had little value for me personally.
*Good presentation with good focus points and just enough depth and details.

17. Evaluate Laura Bambach and her presentation (GlueLondon – Digital creativity and collaboration): *
1. 6.2 %
2. 31.2 %
3. 37.5 %
4. 18.8 %
5. 6.2 %

18. Your comments about Laura Bambach: *
*Did not like that she was reading from the paper.
*Lots of reading from the paper and too much fuzz with the mics.
*Needed topic, but the presentation was dry and boring.
*Information and creative solutions by turns, good verbal skills. Probably most positive presentation.

19. If there would be E!UK-2, would you participate? (1 is absolutely no; 5 is yes, of course) *
1. 12.5 %
2. 12.5 %
3. 18.8 %
4. 18.8 %
5. 37.5 %

20. Would you recommend E!UK-2 to your friends? (1 is absolutely no; 5 is yes, of course) *
1. 6.2 %
2. 12.5 %
3. 25.0 %
4. 25.0 %
5. 31.2 %

If you were at the event and have any additional comments to make then please add them below (positive or negative are both welcome)

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