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Glisser is an award-winning Software-as-a-Service (Saas) business that provides presenters and event organisers with a simple way to better engage audiences and collect data from them. 

It combines presentation software with a web-based messaging app, to allow a real-time dialogue between presenter and audience. Content is pushed instantly to audience devices, integrated with live question and social media feeds, and polling slides to gather immediate response and feedback.

Glisser supercharges PowerPoint to turn it into a powerful data gathering tool. Presentations become opportunities to garner opinion, crowdsource content, measure learning, or generate a database of warm leads – rather than just flat lectures. Meetings and events become engaging, and their success measurable.

Glisser's clients include Amex, Visa, Investec, UBS, Bloomberg, the Financial Times and the BBC, and it is currently part of the Microsoft Ventures Accelerator.

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