Cornwall event technology business Noodle Live is set for pre-launch
A new business which is set to revolutionise the events sector across the UK will be launching in January, 2013.
A pre-launch for the Cornwall based technology start-up, Noodle Live, will be taking place on Wednesday 12 December 2012 at the Pool Innovation Centre.
The brainchild of Clemi Hardie, Noodle Live have developed a system which will streamline information sharing at events, conferences and exhibitions. The newly built system uses a unique combination of swipe cards and mobile apps at events to make collecting and sharing useful information quick and easy.
The system was developed to solve the problem of managing the vast amount of information, usually paper based, provided to delegates at events.
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By using the Noodle Live technology, event attendees can collect valuable resources such as sales documents, speaker presentations and business cards, all with a the swipe of a card at signposted readers. This data is then stored in the cloud, ready to be accessed via smartphone or tablet and can then be shared with contacts via social media and email.
The mobile app which serves to replace printed event programmes, making it easy to search through exhibitor and speaker sessions, see which online contacts are attending the same event and access up to date event information.
Noodle Live’s managing director, Clemi Hardie, said, “Mobile technologies and social media are changing the face of many businesses and the events industry is no different. The line between physical and digital is becoming ever more blurred meaning there is a real opportunity for systems which bridge this gap.
“We all know how useful attending the latest industry events can be for a business, but often important information can be lost in amongst the collection of business cards, note books, fact sheets and exhibition guides you accumulate at events.
“Noodle Live seeks to solve this problem by the use of cutting edge technology and making the collecting, storing and sharing of data simple, streamlined and seamless.”
The official launch of Noodle Live will take place in January 2013 but local businesses are being given the opportunity to try out the system ahead of the launch in a real life scenario at Pool Innovation Centre on Wednesday 12 December. Everyone who registers will be provided with their own Noodle Live card on arrival and given early access to the mobile app.
The event is open to anyone with an interest in mobile technologies and you can register for free by going to http://noodlelivelaunch.eventbrite.co.uk/.