Discover what your audience thinks in a flash.

Companies, speakers, and event organizers are using Flashcast to engage in actionable conversation.

Keynote Firesides

Keynote talks & firesides

Captivate your audience with live predictive results you can show to emphasize points from your talk.

Live Prediction Contest

Live prediction contest

Make it a “game” and get attendants to predict and see results live during breakouts, at a booth, or within a session - and reward winners at the end.



Make it fun to be in your audience with live predictions to get conversations started, or as part of closing remarks.

Livestream Sessions

Livestreamed sessions

Crowdsource your audience near and far and show their predictions instantaneously.

Crowdsourced Expertise

Crowdsourced expertise

Use instant predictions from your crowd of industry experts to help you solve tough problems or motivate change.

Town Halls

Town Halls

Engage employees with their live predictions on business needs, trends or KPIs as a meaningful conversation starter.

Leadership Roadshows

Leadership Roadshows

Get live prediction results for better perspective around upcoming initiatives or issues important to employees.

Leadership Training

Manager/leadership trainings

Involve the audience in predicting key information live for more engaging lessons (e.g., predict stats, relevant trends, see what’s common knowledge and what’s not).



Kickoff important time away from the office by crowdsourcing employee expertise you can use for upcoming decisions or conversation.


Strategy workshops

Spark dialogue about trends your people are anticipating will impact your business strategy.

Classroom Lectures

Classroom lectures

Make lectures engaging for students as they predict live on an important issue or topic related to your lesson.



Involve faculty and student body in live predictions you can use in your meeting discussion.

Foresight Judgment Training

Foresight & judgment training

Teach students how to think critically about the future using probabilistic judgment. You can even go back and “judge” questions so students see how they did in the end.