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Author Topic: From Plip at Plop - get your tickets for our 9th Feb meeting!  (Read 787 times)
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« on: November 27, 2018, 07:38:49 am »

Our Great Western Coffee Shop Forum - Constitution and planning meeting comes up on 9th February, and enough of you members have signed up already to make it a select but worthwhile gathering.  And that's just after a couple of days being open for booking for an event over 2 clear months away, and after other little events like Christmas.

Bookings open at

It seems there are some people out there who want to help us market the event  Grin Grin ... as I don't really need their help in the way suggested, I have replaced the writer's name and organisation ... but it has acted as a reminder for me to bump the meeting topic on the forum and encourage others who have not yet registered to do so please!

On 27 Nov 2018, at 02:39, Plip at Plop <> wrote:

Re: Question - Re. Great Western Coffee Shop Forum - Constitution and planning
Hey Team,

I came across your event on Eventbrite earlier and had a quick question - how are you helping attendees network & engage better at your events?

I only ask as we work with organisers, big and small, to help them do just that, with their own completely free event app, and wondered if it was something you’d considered?

As I'm sure you’re super busy, I went ahead and set-up a free app for February's Networking event, to save you some time. To get started just log into your account here:

Your app link:
Password: You can add your own

Our apps already help everyone from global FTSE's to SME's increase engagement by over 400% - I'd love to help you do the same. Just hit reply if you have any questions Smiley

Stay awesome and let's speak soon!


Plip  Phlap
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p.s. We're on a mission to help organisers right across the globe leverage great event-tech, no matter their size or budget. Event apps are a great way to help your attendees see who else is attending, message, book meetings, manage their agenda and so much more. Get your free Plop app above, and let's make your next event the best one yet.

p.p.s. If you'd rather not hear from me again you can click here

The tie-it-in thread for the Coffee Shop moving ahead is at


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« Reply #1 on: November 27, 2018, 08:11:19 am »

Anyone who starts an email "Hey Team" usually has me reaching for the delete button....  Grin
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« Reply #2 on: November 27, 2018, 10:18:26 am »

Yes. There is a Delete Trigger in nearly every line.

Very much hoping to be there (negotiations underway as it is a working Saturday for me), and actually meet some of the 'Legends Of The Coffeeshop.'
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« Reply #3 on: February 09, 2019, 06:05:49 pm »

Good to meet so many of you today

Slides and continued discussions at

Locking this thread so that all our discussions carry on in the one place

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