Indiana University Breaks a World Record with Brazen Alumni Networking Event

Feb 22, 2017 - Joe Matar
Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business Alumni Association (KSBAA) came to us with a challenge: they needed to get current students connected with their business school alumni base. In order to get both students and alumni excited and engaged in a one-of-a-kind event, they decided to get the Guinness Book of World Records involved. The goal was to set a new world record for the largest online alumni networking event. To break the record, the team set out to find an online event platform that would suit their needs. After narrowing down the choices, they realized Brazen’s easy-to-use and remarkably effective timed one-on-one chat platform was exactly what they needed. When all was said and done, the KSBAA had over 1,480 total registrants and set the record for largest online Brazen event with 683 concurrent users, and over 900 total attendees engaged. You can download the case study here. If you’re ready to break a world record or test out the Brazen online event platform — drop us a line. We’re more than happy to show how our record-breaking technology can help you conduct more meaningful conversations.

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