Bunchball brings a fresh approach to networking with gamified service for meetings and conferences

Bunchball brings a fresh approach to networking with gamified service for meetings and conferences

thenextweb.com
New Attending conferences and meetings are interesting at times, but when people are there to network, finding the right person to connect with can be difficult. Just who is at the event that is relevant for you to meet and what’s a good way to “break the ice”? Bunchball, a company...
Bunchball brings a fresh approach to networking with gamified service for meetings and conferences
                                       

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