Free workshop to learn more about how to use #VisitorVerdict – sign up now

If you’ve already signed up for AIM Visitor Verdict, we’d like to invite you to attend a free Visitor Verdict workshop on Monday 14th July 2014 to help you get even more out of it.

What will you get from attending?

  • Examples of how Visitor Verdict can help your museum
    e.g. increasing visitor numbers; improving the visitor experience; fundraising; growing secondary spend
  • Explore how Visitor Verdict can help address problems and achieve goals for your museum
  • Hands on session developing reports that meet your needs
  • If you have 25+ completed surveys, the chance to use and explore your own results during the workshop
  • Expert guidance on all aspects of the service
    Including: collecting visitor’s details; using the online system; interpreting results & using benchmarking
  • Top tips to make running Visitor Verdict easy to manage
  • Sharing experiences so far and the opportunity to suggest improvements
When:    Monday 14th July 2014, 11am until 4pm – lunch and refreshments will be provided
Where:   Close by Holborn underground station, Central LondonBook your free place on this workshop 
There are limited places available so we recommend registering early.

If you are unable to attend, someone else in your organisation who
uses Visitor Verdict would be very welcome to register in your place.

When you register there will be the opportunity to share examples of current challenges facing your museum.  During the workshop we will explore some of these and show you how visitor research and benchmarking can help.

If you have any questions/problems please get in touch:
Tamalie Newbery, AIM Executive Director  0777 333 6164
Amy Randle, BDRC Continental Research Manager 0207 400 0382

We will both be available to talk to in person on the day of the workshop too.

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