Last week’s Tuttle actually felt a little bit like work for me and I mean that in the best possible way. It’s hard to consider anything work when you’re sat in a pub at 10am. But it’s certainly become a place where people now turn up to find me – rather than mess around with a meeting or a tedious number of emails we just grab a coffee, nip out onto the balcony if we need privacy… and plot.
By the time 1pm rolled along and we were shifting tables ready for the Future of Voice session I’d already got quite a bit of work under my belt. Which was a good thing as it turned out because the Spinvox hosted event pushed whatever I had planned for the rest of the day right out of my head.
You can check out Spinvox here, but that isn’t quite the point and the chaps themselves were gracious enough to remind us that the subject matter went far beyond individual companies. But what Spinvox do very well, I think, is make voice visible again. And it was a riveting round table session that followed as we tried to nail down exactly what this meant and where we are heading.
Like the previous QR code lunch that we bolted onto the Tuttle a few months ago we had quite a range of people sticking around for this. Judging from the conversations that followed on Twitter there’s quite a demand for more of this sort of thing and indeed a follow up session on this particular subject.
If you have an idea of a topic that would make for an interesting early afternoon session then please let us know. We’re not a focus group, but we do enjoy talking a lot and we’re pretty good at the listening part too…