Let the conversation begin.
The Hope Xchange team is delighted to virtually introduce you to Robert Kehaya, CEO of SpeedFaces, and our new collaborative partner in the B2B Mentoring Program. The first in a multi-part blog series titled "SpeedFaces Applied" by guest author Robert Kehaya follows.
Here at SpeedFaces, we've been hard at work perfecting our new 1-on-1 and many-to-many video chat platform and our team is very excited to see our online platform leveraged in some real innovative and unexpected ways. As a result, I’m starting a new series of blog posts titled ‘SpeedFaces Applied.’ This series of posts will report on how SpeedFaces (SF) is being leveraged, why it’s being used and what benefits its use generates.
The SF Applied initiative is part of our ongoing commitment to build the best product and service for our customers. Our goal is to gather and analyze quantitative and qualitative information gleaned from events and feedback from end users. Using this data, we hope to perfect our offering and add more value to the SpeedFaces experience.
The first organization we are partnering with is Hope Xchange, a nonprofit supporting and empowering the bipolar community to help itself. Kerry Martin, founder of Hope Xchange, is beta testing our platform in her virtual B2B (bipolar-to-bipolar) mentoring program which is designed to virtually connect ‘eye-to-eye’ healthy bipolars with bipolars in need of a role model and someone to privately connect with.
I decided to help Kerry launch collaborative programs such as B2B because I believe in Hope Xchange’s mission. Our SpeedFaces team is excited to have the opportunity to help her make a difference in the lives of those suffering with bipolar disorder. Please stay tuned for more on how Kerry and Hope Xchange are using SpeedFaces to make the world a better place!
Thank you to our early customers who are willing to partner with us on this initiative! Let’s bring old fashioned conversations back, so we can connect eye-to-eye in our increasingly virtual online world and make real authentic connections.
For more about SpeedFaces, we invite you to visit our website at http://speedfaces.com and to learn more about Hope Xchange, please visit http://hopexchangeconsultancy.org.
~ Robert Kehaya, CEO, SpeedFaces