From March 2 to 4, 2012, Golf Town (Canada’s Largest Golf Retailer) was the lead sponsor for the Toronto Golf & Travel Show. Golf Town hired TabbleDabble to interact with consumers and enter them into a contest to win a $1500 shopping spree and 3 private golf lessons. The goal was to beat last year’s 2500 contest entries while providing a quick and positive brand experience.
TabbleDabble provided 2 branded iPad kiosks and 4 branded iPad cases with hand straps to create a presence outside Golf Town‘s booth while still having the ability to target areas with high traffic volumes. With 5 amazing brand ambassadors, TabbleDabble quickly hit the 2500 number on day 2 and ended up collecting more than 3600 leads for Golf Town.
Jane Hooper Perroud, Director of Marketing at Golf Town says,”The TabbleDabble team did an awesome job over the entire weekend! They exceeded our expectations at the show and provided reports promptly.”
BetaKit recently wrote an article about startups in the user feedback space and here is what they had to say about QuickTapSurvey:
“Ease of use and access is the name of the game when gathering feedback, and reducing friction is key to getting results. Other startups are hoping to accomplish that by making in-person surveys as quick and easy as the online variety. Toronto-based TabbleDabble has created QuickTapSurvey, a fully-customizable iPad app that lets users create their own surveys based on simple touch input buttons and fields, using a SaaS model to provide a range of features and options to suit the needs of different-sized businesses. People using QuickTapSurvey can load their questionnaire and hand it to a customer or stakeholder; the on-screen navigation and variety of customizable shortcuts make it faster than writing information out by hand. All results are available as an Excel-friendly .CSV export, making it easy to work with data once collected.”
Read the full article at http://betakit.com/2012/02/27/surveying-the-crop-of-user-feedback-startups