CRACK THE MEETING CODE

Filament meetings are built to help smart people think together better. You'll work with peers, gain insights, share knowledge, solve problems, and (gasp) actually have fun -- all while achieving measurable results that will last long after the meeting's over.  


CONVERSATIONS NOT PRESENTATIONS

Most meetings reward presence without participation. Sitting in a dim conference room suffering yet another death by PowerPoint doesn't get things done. At Filament, everyone (introvert and extrovert, expert and novice) works together to connect, uncover unique insights and solve problems.

BUILT FOR INTROVERTS (TOO)

We know that to many introverts, things like brainstorming and networking are painfully uncomfortable. We've designed our meetings to include purposeful silence, time to think and casual small-group discussions. But it isn't just introverts who love our meetings -- extroverts finally hear all the great ideas traditional formats fail to uncover.  

PEERS NOT EXPERTS

At most traditional conferences, the most important person in the room aren't the speakers, but rather those sitting next to you. At Filament, we leverage the wisdom of the crowd to drive collaboration, connection and creativity. 

IN PERSON NOT ONLINE

Amazing things happen when people are face-to-face. The connection and creativity Filament meetings deliver don't translate to virtual attendees. Thusly, we refuse to dial back the experience of the people who are "in the room" to accommodate those who couldn't attend. 

FLEXIBILITY NOT FORMALITY

At Filament, our meetings are built around people doing stuff together. We give attendees the permission to talk about what matters -- and sometimes our clients find that the challenges people uncover in the moment are more significant than the ones we originally planned to discuss. Our process allows us to pivot and focus on solving the most meaningful challenges, not just the ones we planned for.

DRAWING BY DESIGN

When you come to Filament, you'll see our designers at the whiteboards sketching. We don't do it because it's cool or fun (though it is), but because live drawing engages attendees and helps everyone get onto the same page. It also creates a visual "artifact" of what we accomplished that is useful long after the meeting is over.