Meet Previews Presenting Company Consensus Point

Meet 2013 Previews Presenting company Consensus Point through the words of Linda Rebrovick, the CEO.

Linda Rebrovick, CEO, Concensus Point

What is Consensus Point?

Consensus Point provides social predictive analytics, the capability for companies to engage their communities to forecast outcomes and accurately rank ideas and preferences with more speed, precision and value than many traditional market research and forecasting techniques.

What is the “secret sauce” that sets Concensus Point apart?

Our Consensus Point competitive advantage for success are our Huunu software platform, including the combination of our gaming techniques, research methodologies, and prediction market algorithm, and our customer support team, the leading global experts in prediction markets.

What to you hope to achieve by presenting at IIS?

By presenting at SIIA, I am looking forward to building mutually-beneficial business relationships with customers, partners, and potential future investors.

What is your favorite breakthrough technology?

In addition to our prediction market, my favorite breakthrough technology is still my PDA and mobile applications.

Learn more about Consensus Point, and the other 2013 Previews Presenting companies at IIS Breakthrough. Each presenting company will deliver a 5-minute presentation to an audience of key decision makers during the IIS Breakthrough event being held from January 30-31, 2013 in New York City. presenting companies will also have 5-minutes for audience Q&A and an opportunity to showcase their companies to IIS attendees during the SIIA Previews and CODIEs Showcase and Networking reception. To top things off, the IIS audience will vote on the company they believe is most likely to succeed.

About Previews
Over the past six years, SIIA Previews has showcased innovative content companies, including publishers, media, aggregators, and technology plays, and 2013 SIIA Previews will feature the 100th Preview Company! Each Presenting company has been selected after two rounds of Judging. To qualify, presenting companies must have less than $10 M in revenue, no more than series A financing, and real customers.