Each booth allows for a number of different connections during a live event. Connections are configured during implementation and are broken down into two main types -A/A and A/B.
Peer-to-Peer Networking (A/A)
What is a peer-to-peer networking session (A/A)?
In this case, participants can network with anyone in the event - no segmentation is used in the connection pairing.
- A/A connections facilitate engagement between members of the same group or organization. This gives participants the ability to connect with anyone else who is attending the event.
Mixed Networking (A/B)
What does mixed networking mean (A/B)?
In the case of mixed networking, participants are a part of either group A or group B (not both). During the event, those in group A will only be connected to converse with participants in group B. This is most common in mentoring events, or student-alumni events.
- A/B connections facilitate engagement between members of two different groups. This only permits participants, in one group, to connect with attendees that belong to another group.
- A/B connections can also engage two different groups within the same organization or engage organization members with those who want to learn more about their organizations.