Inspiring talks, webinars, and more
Betty Adamou has been invited to speak at over 500 events since starting her company, Research Through Gaming, when she was 24 years of age.
As well as being invited to Keynote at conference events about the way she uses games in research, she’s also been invited to speak at events about her experiences and perspective as female entrepreneur in the fields of games, technology, and data.
After founding her second business, the Not Sorry Club during the height of COVID-19, Betty was also invited to present a 6-part series on BBC Radio Suffolk called ‘Not Sorry Stories‘. This then spurred more invitations for Betty speak at events on inspiring and celebrating unapologetic women, and her interactive talk/workshop ‘The Importance of Celebration’, which actually started off as a guest article.
If you’d like Betty Adamou to speak at your next event as a Keynote, on a panel discussion, in an interview, or through a webinar, please make an enquiry using the form below.
Hire Betty Adamou today for her expertise in the following area, and get involved in discussions on…
- Female Entrepreneurship
- Innovation in the fields of gamification, technology and data collection
- Gamification in Marketing, Market Research, Training, Education, and Employee Engagement
- Young Entrepreneurship – starting a business before you’re 30
- Writing and getting a book published
- The Importance of Celebration for women (this is also listed in the ‘Workshops’ area of this site)
SAGE Research Methods interviews Betty for a video to inspire students and professionals alike on innovation in market research
BBC Radio Suffolk host Mucha Murapa invites Betty to be part of expert panel discussing using social media as small business owner
BOSS Academy Radio podcast invites Betty to discuss why and how she started Research Through Gaming and her challenges as a female entrepreneur
Keynote presentation: AMSRS conference in Melbourne, Australia, invites Betty to deliver a case-study based presentation on her work with clients at Research Through Gaming
BBC Radio Suffolk invites Betty back again, this time to discuss her book ‘Games and Gamification in Market Research’
The Lean In organization invites Betty to deliver her much-appraised workshop ‘The Importance of Celebration’
IIeX conference: Betty speaking about how we can use game-design to transform the entire market research industry
Media coverage from Betty’s Keynote at the AMSRS conference in Melbourne, Australia
Research World Magazine interviews Betty and two more research entrepreneurs to discuss their journey
CASRO Conference, USA: Betty is part of a panel of selected ‘researchers of the future’ to discuss their thoughts on the innovations and challenges that will shape market research in the next 20 years
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See what others have said about Betty's Public Speaking
“Betty’s Masterclasses, enthusiasm, and all round creative energy has inspired the Vision One team to create new and interactive marketing methods.
Betty is a true expert in Gamification and knowledge leader in how this method can be used in Marketing and Market Research.
We recommend Betty wholeheartedly!”
– Tony Lewis, Managing Director, Vision One.
Tony Lewis purchased the virtual Gamification in Marketing Masterclass for his team.
“Our team thoroughly enjoyed our workshop and consultation session, and we now feel much more confident designing an engaging gamified survey for our client, a pharma company.
Betty flew out to us here in Germany and helped us look our diabetes research with a fresh perspective and shared plenty of tips and tricks that will transfer well to a range of other projects.
Betty’s support was truly invaluable. We’re already putting her guidance into action.”
– Anne-Sophie Lenoir, Researcher at Exevia (Germany)
“Betty ran a Games, Gamification and Marketing workshop for us at the CIM which was both insightful and thought provoking. Each group had distinct commercial objectives and Betty was able to guide them in developing a strategy for design and implementation.
She also set the attendees a 20-minute challenge to invent a ‘behaviour change’ game for a charity of their choice, with some stunning results. The feedback from delegates was excellent.
We have already booked Betty for several more sessions among other groups”
“Dear Betty, Elaine and I wanted to thank you so much for providing both your workshops here at the HCS Education conference. We have had really positive feedback already,and we couldn’t be more grateful.
We hope you enjoyed the event too, and we look forward to working with
you again in the future.”
This workshop was purchased for a two-time run at the Healthcare Science Education Conference in London, attended by medical practitioners and academics.
“So inspiring – and so many ideas! Thank you Betty – amazing session. I now know more about Gamification and I see how it can not only apply in Market Research, but so many other areas of our work”
– Attendee from a Gamification in Market Research workshop on-site at PwC (UK)
“Betty ran a Lunch and Learn session for our insights team in Germany and we thoroughly enjoyed being placed in a playful mindset inhaling some inspirational & substantial insights about Gamification. The beauty is that these principles are not only applicable to Market Research! We’ve had a few of these sessions before, but Betty’s stood out from her enthusiasm for the subject, her clarity, and her ability to answer our questions (however obscure our questions were!). We’re all enthusiastic to continue learning from her.”
– Uta Morrison, Researcher at Boehringer-Ingelheim (Germany)
“Hi Betty, Many thanks for delivering such an engaging session.
The delegates loved it and had such a great time –thank you! See you at the next session!”
– Jonathan Wilson booked the Gamification in Marketing Workshop, and is Senior Lecturer in Marketing and Business Research within Norwich Business School, University of East Anglia (UK)