Day: November 8, 2022
As the leading event tech platform in Australia, HeadBox makes it easy for event bookers and venues to connect. Streamlining the process, HeadBox enables function venues Brisbane wide to work more efficiently and productively through its Lead Feed platform.
According to HeadBox, Lead Feed provides venues with access to a live feed of relevant leads with the ability to book them how they want to, commission free. Enabling function rooms Brisbane wide to be proactive rather than reactive, Lead Feed generates strong brand awareness with new audiences and provides easy lead qualification.
HeadBox's latest product update for Lead Feed allows venues to filter their leads ensuring accuracy and relevancy in their feeds. With the ability to filter their feed by location, day of the week and minimum spends, venues will be better positioned to fill up their bookings as the peak season approaches. With many venues keen to secure bookings throughout the week, HeadBox says the latest Lead Feed update gives any function room Brisbane wide the opportunity to access mid-week event briefs.
Key highlights of the HeadBox Lead Feed update include six new filter attributes, so venues can tailor their feed to suit their needs. Venues can also create and manage multiple filters, allowing them to source the leads they want, when they want them, plus they can easily switch between the filters. Only relevant leads will be shown to the venue, cutting through the noise and saving them time as they only need to interact with opportunities that work for them.
With customisable notifications, venues can now activate instant notifications per filter and these alerts can be sent to one or more specific venue team members, ensuring they never miss a relevant lead again. HeadBox explains that in the competitive event space, staying ahead of the competition is critical. With instant, customisable notifications, venues can be the first to respond to fresh leads for venue hire Brisbane wide, increasing their chances of securing the booking.
To learn more about Lead Feed and standing out when bookers are searching for function rooms hire Brisbane wide, contact HeadBox.
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Original Source: HeadBox Provides Venues With Greater Access to the Leads They Want With Recently Updated Software
Lifecast Body Simulation Global, a leader in hyper-realistic training manikins, announced today the release of the world's first Child with Down Syndrome training manikin. This realistic manikin was formed from a real-life 3D body scan of a seven (7) year old girl with Down syndrome named Gwen and will be available to healthcare education facilities around the world to facilitate specialty and inclusive training in managing Down syndrome.
Down syndrome (also called Trisomy 21) is a genetic disorder caused when abnormal cell division results in extra genetic material from chromosome 21. While varied amongst patients, a few common physical traits of Down syndrome are low muscle tone, a difficult airway for intubation, smaller stature, gapping in the toes, almond-shaped eyes, a single deep crease across the center of the palm, smaller hands and feet - all of which are accurately represented in the child with Down syndrome training manikin.
Gwen was created by Lifecast Body Simulation and the University of Greenwich in London who also received support from the Down Syndrome Association. Gwen and her family are truly supporting such a worthy cause in creating awareness of Down syndrome and giving healthcare providers an accurate means of training while continuing to support diversity and inclusion in simulation-based education and training.
"Gwen is the world's first truly inclusive manikin. Our goal is to make manikins that look like real people. We worked with the University of Greenwich in the UK to create this manikin lifecast and 3D scan of Gwen, a 7 year-old girl with Down Syndrome who lives in the UK with her dad, mum and brother," says David Halliwell, Founding Director of Lifecast Body Simulation Ltd.
The Gwen child with Down syndrome training manikin will make her official presence into the marketplace at the Association for Simulated Practice in Healthcare (ASPiH) on November 6 in Birmingham, UK and will be launching in the United States at the International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare (IMSH) Jan. 21, 2023 in Orlando, Florida.
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Original Source: Lifecast Body Simulation Global Releases World's First Child With Down Syndrome Training Manikin