Crowd events are created with the intention of connecting useful people at the right time. We can only do this for you with your help. Let us know as much as you are able regarding your priorities and requirements below and we will reciprocate by facilitating introductions to contacts and content that could be transformational – or at least worth a look!

  • Why do we ask you for this data?
    • To respond to your application, to keep you updated about the event, and send you reminders and logistical information in advance.
    • To send you email updates on future Crowd events and related content that will be relevant for you in your role and organisation.
    • To connect you by email to the other attendees on your roundtable in advance of the event, so you can be in touch before and afterwards with anyone on your table.
    • To connect you to other attendees who may be able to help you with your key priority area, or who may be keen to hear more about work you have done (coming soon).
    • To help our sponsors identify people and companies they may want to meet at the event, attendee data is anonymised (your name and contact information are removed) and shared with our sponsors in advance of each event. If, after reviewing the anonymised data, a sponsor is keen to meet you, we will email you to ask if you are happy to meet them and if you are, we’ll introduce you in person at the event (there is no obligation).
    • To help our sponsors follow up with people they have met in person at the event, your name, job title, organisation name and email address is shared in our post-event summary reports for sponsors wherever you have joined one of their hosted roundtables, or have agreed to have a pre- arranged meeting with a sponsor at the event (this does not mean they have permission to send you marketing emails).

    We take data protection and privacy very seriously. To find out more about our processes, please read our update Privacy Policy (http://thecrowd.me/privacy-policy/) or feel free to contact us directly on info@thecrowd.me.

  • Why do we ask you for this data?
    • To respond to your application, to keep you updated about the event, and send you reminders and logistical information in advance.
    • To send you email updates on future Crowd events and related content that will be relevant for you in your role and organisation.
    • To connect you by email to the other attendees on your roundtable in advance of the event, so you can be in touch before and afterwards with anyone on your table.
    • To connect you to other attendees who may be able to help you with your key priority area, or who may be keen to hear more about work you have done (coming soon).
    • To help our sponsors identify people and companies they may want to meet at the event, attendee data is anonymised (your name and contact information are removed) and shared with our sponsors in advance of each event. If, after reviewing the anonymised data, a sponsor is keen to meet you, we will email you to ask if you are happy to meet them and if you are, we’ll introduce you in person at the event (there is no obligation).
    • To help our sponsors follow up with people they have met in person at the event, your name, job title, organisation name and email address is shared in our post-event summary reports for sponsors wherever you have joined one of their hosted roundtables, or have agreed to have a pre- arranged meeting with a sponsor at the event (this does not mean they have permission to send you marketing emails).

    We take data protection and privacy very seriously. To find out more about our processes, please read our update Privacy Policy (http://thecrowd.me/privacy-policy/) or feel free to contact us directly on info@thecrowd.me.

  • Why do we ask you for this data?
    • To respond to your application, to keep you updated about the event, and send you reminders and logistical information in advance.
    • To send you email updates on future Crowd events and related content that will be relevant for you in your role and organisation.
    • To connect you by email to the other attendees on your roundtable in advance of the event, so you can be in touch before and afterwards with anyone on your table.
    • To connect you to other attendees who may be able to help you with your key priority area, or who may be keen to hear more about work you have done (coming soon).
    • To help our sponsors identify people and companies they may want to meet at the event, attendee data is anonymised (your name and contact information are removed) and shared with our sponsors in advance of each event. If, after reviewing the anonymised data, a sponsor is keen to meet you, we will email you to ask if you are happy to meet them and if you are, we’ll introduce you in person at the event (there is no obligation).
    • To help our sponsors follow up with people they have met in person at the event, your name, job title, organisation name and email address is shared in our post-event summary reports for sponsors wherever you have joined one of their hosted roundtables, or have agreed to have a pre- arranged meeting with a sponsor at the event (this does not mean they have permission to send you marketing emails).

    We take data protection and privacy very seriously. To find out more about our processes, please read our update Privacy Policy (http://thecrowd.me/privacy-policy/) or feel free to contact us directly on info@thecrowd.me.