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Social hour vs Remo Comparison

Overview
Limits 5,000 attendees are permitted for an unlimited amount of time Only 850 attendees are permitted for a maximum of 8 hours
Number of guests 5,000 guests 850 guests
Guests per table 7 guests 8 guests
Event duration Unlimited 8 hours
Simultaneous events Unlimited 5 events
Event management
Topic-based tables Attendees can set discussion topics and prompts for their table and invite other attendees to join their conversation. Remo only allows event managers to change table names within the event.
Multi-track events Hosts can create multi-track events and group tables in theme-named rooms. Remo has the concept of floors with rooms/tables, but hosts cannot name the floors.
Announcements Event hosts can address their entire event using video announcements. Remo hosts can only send updates via text chats to everyone across floors/tables.
Background music Event hosts can add a playlist and put on background music for the entire event to enjoy. Remo doesn't allow hosts to set background music for the entire event or individual breakout rooms.
Screenshare Every attendee can screenshare at each table. Attendees can screenshare, add text, embed media, and collaborate using a whiteboard.
Branded events Hosts can create a branded look and feel for each event by adding a logo and choosing a color for the background. Remo includes the ability to add a logo and domain, but doesn't allow hosts to change the overall look and feel with branded background colors.
Lobby Guests enter the event in the lobby so they have a chance to select the table they want to join. In the lobby, they get background music, announcements, and prompts to join a table. Remo randomly arranges your guests throughout the floors when they first enter the event.
Social interactions
Networking Attendees have the freedom to network and visit whichever tables or topics they please without the host assigning them. Remo has a conversation mode where attendees can move around to have private conversations with other attendees.
Networking nudges Attendees are prompted to visit other tables and meet new people. Remo does not offer features to prompt networking rotation.
Profile details Attendees can get to know the basics about the tablemates through the virtual name cards under each video stream that includes profile picture, job title, company, and custom status. Remo has basic attendee profile information like name, picture, job/company, and website.
Ice breakers Attendees at the same table can play fun games or get the conversation flowing with suggested icebreaker topics. Remo does not offer any games or ice breakers.
Non-verbal communication Attendees have a variety of non-verbal communication prompts at their fingertips. Attendees can change status, raise hands, and share reactions. Remo does not offer attendees any non-verbal communication tools.
Chat Attendees can chat with everyone at their table. Remo allows attendees to chat with everyone at the event or an individual attendee.
Reporting
Event stats and reports Admins can measure the success of their event by accessing event data including the number of connections made, the most popular tables, and engagement levels of all the attendees. Remo does not provide admins with event reports.
Event connection summary Attendees receive a summary of the connections they made during the event that include LinkedIn profiles. Remo does not provide attendees with event summaries.

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