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Introducing Braindate™ by e-180

At this year’s 15th Annual PDA Global Conference on Pharmaceutical Microbiology virtual event, tap into the experiences and expertise of your fellow participants with Braindate. It’s an easy way to connect and learn from each other through conversations about things you care about.

 

What Are Braindates?

Virtual braindates are knowledge-sharing conversations that you can browse and book to have virtually with others on the Braindate™ platform. Using the Braindate platform, you can share your interests in the form of Topics that can lead to interactive virtual discussions, and you can browse the Topics of other attendees and join them.

Braindate is a marketplace of ideas, a means to crowdsource the knowledge of other participants and share your own. Whether one-on-one or in small groups, braindates are your opportunity to meet and learn from new people at the 15th Annual PDA Global Conference on Pharmaceutical Microbiology.

 
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Reasons to Braindate

  1. The best way to learn is to take advantage of the collective knowledge of like-minded peers.
  2. Connect with others based on shared interests and experiences in order to help you meet your goals.
  3. Engage in meaningful conversations about issues that are on your mind and in your heart.
  4. Get granular about what you want to tackle by engaging with other Universe of Pre-Filled Syringes and Injection Device attendees directly.
  5. Use the opportunity to troubleshoot a problem or challenge you’re facing at home and/or work with other attendees.
  6. Use your own experience for good: position yourself as a thought-leader and/or reliable source of information.
 

Here’s How It Works

1.

Log in to the platform

... with the email address you used to register for the event.

2.

Explore the Topic Market

... where you can browse topics others have posted related to knowledge they’d like to share, or anything they’d like to discuss. This is also where you’ll post topics for others to book!

3.

Choose a topic you’d like to discuss

... and if it’s a one-on-one topic, propose a few times to meet. Group braindates happen at one set time: you’ll simply reserve a spot to join one.

4.

Book your braindates!

When it’s time to meet, log in to the platform to join your video call.

 
 

Tour the Braindate™ platform to preview the experience.