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USA Networks and Jive to Speak at Bunchball's Gamification Rockstar Roadshow

Top Customers Will Discuss Web Engagement and Engaged Enterprise at Inaugural Event

REDWOOD CITY, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 11/27/12 --


Core News Facts:

  • Bunchball, the pioneer and market leader in gamification, today announced that Jesse Redniss of USA Networks/NBC Universal and John Rizzo from Jive will perform the opening and closing keynotes at the Gamification Rockstar Roadshow. Executives from Accenture, Adobe, Cisco and Forrester will also present at the inaugural event.
  • Topics include gamification trends and 2013 predictions as well as a variety of use-cases for the latest innovations in the industry.
    • Panel discussions, presentations and keynotes include:
      • Welcome remarks from Bunchball founder, Rajat Paharia
      • Presentation from Forrester analyst Kim Celestre
      • Opening keynote from Jesse Redniss of USA Networks/NBC Universal
      • Panel around engaging customer experiences will include Adobe, Bluewolf, CrowdFlower, NBC Universal and Zamzee
      • Discussion on furthering the engaged enterprise/employee engagement from Accenture, Cisco and J Hilburn
      • Closing keynote from Jive's John Rizzo
    • Attendees will enjoy cocktails, hors d'oeuvres and networking after the presentations
  • Join customers and industry experts to gain insight into how gamification is helping the enterprise increase sustained engagement and motivation among employees, partners and customers. To register for the Gamification Rockstar Roadshow, visit: www.bunchball.com/rockstar.
    • Date: Tuesday, Dec. 4th
    • Time: 1:00 - 6:30 p.m. PT
    • Location: The W San Francisco: 181 Third Street, San Francisco

Quote attributed to Rajat Paharia, founder and chief product officer, Bunchball:
"It's an exciting time for the gamification industry as more and more companies are starting to see the value gamification brings to motivation and engagement strategies. At the Rockstar Roadshow, companies will get a chance to hear firsthand how USA Networks, Jive and others have found success with a gamification program and how it made a significant impact on their bottom line."

ABOUT BUNCHBALL:
Bunchball is the market leader and visionary in gamification. Powering the Engaged Enterprise, Bunchball enables organizations to improve business performance throughout their ecosystem by creating highly active and loyal customers, employees, and partners. Bunchball's comprehensive suite of innovative cloud-based solutions empowers companies to engage and motivate, leading to improved employee productivity, customer loyalty and ROI. Bunchball's world-class customers include Adobe, HP, Cisco, Warner Bros., Comcast, LiveOps, VMware and Hasbro. Based in Silicon Valley, Bunchball's investors include Granite Ventures, Triangle Peak Partners, Northport Investments, and Correlation Ventures. For more information, visit www.bunchball.com, our blog at www.gamification.com, or follow @bunchball.

PRESS CONTACT:
For Bunchball:
Melissa Roxas
Inner Circle Labs
(415) 684-9401
Email: [email protected]

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