Connect your people together
We help organizations build belonging and community amongst their people through automatic, AI-generated email introductions.
Invite members to join your community or let them self-register through your community link. Your members can change their settings at any point through the community portal.
Micronet will start introducing your members for 1-on-1 connections. The connection emails are fully customizable and branded to your community.
Automatically send follow up surveys to your members to measure engagement. Micronet can also use this data to create smarter future matches for your members.
Micronet is email based, which makes it easy for your members to engage with. Members do not have to go to a new app or learn a new system, Micronet meets them in their inbox.
You can start a Micronet Community for your organization within minutes. Once it is setup, maintaining the community is effortless, it basically runs itself!
Micronet uses convenient and quick surveys to help make smarter connections for your members. You can customize the surveys and to collect your own data.
Micronet is customizable so you can build the type of networking experience that works best for your organization. White-label your emails, setup custom match groups, and a whole lot more!
The power of connection
Strong communities have strong connections. Here are some of the good things that happen when communities use Micronet to connect their members:
Increased number of friendships
Increased camaraderie among the group
Increased member engagement
Reduced member churn
Frequently Asked Questions
Who uses Micronet?
Micronet is a subscription service for organizations who want to encourage their members or employees to connect.
Here are some examples of organizations that would be a good fit for Micronet:
- Businesses with lots of employees
- Chamber of Commerce Organizations
- Networking Groups
- Professional Associations
- Churches & Religious Organizations
How do people meet using Micronet?
After Micronet sends an email introducing two of your community members, it is then up to the two members to arrange how and when they would like to connect. Common ways members connect include scheduling a call, video conferencing, or meeting in person for a coffee or drink.
I have over 5,000 members. Is Micronet a good fit?
Micronet was built with big groups in mind! We have several features that make managing large amounts of users easy:
- Sub-communities. Setting up sub-communities is super handy for companies with locations across time zones or with multiple campuses. Each community can each have their own set of Administrators. Users can opt in to a single community or multiple.
- Concierge Setup. We’ll help you get started. We make it easy to integrate Micronet into your group. We can help you spread the word and make sure all of your bases are covered so that you have a successful implementation.
- Self Registration. Easily invite users to your community and allow them to set their own preferences.
Is Micronet secure?
Micronet uses top cloud security practices to protect your member’s data and privacy. Since the Micronet Platform only sends and tracks introductions (the meetings between your members take place off of the Micronet Platform) there is very little information that needs to be stored on the Micronet platform, making it an ideal solution for organizations with strict data privacy and protection policies.
Micro-networking is the “eventless” networking solution – I have been a part of a micro-networking group for a few months now and its pretty awesome! Gets you to think outside the box and opens you up to meeting lots of different people 🙂
I love that I don’t have to stress about connecting with someone. I can pour my energy into a meaningful conversation instead.
Micronet has been an awesome networking tool for professionals in the Fox Valley. After being connected through Micronet, our members have started new ventures that are now making a positive impact on our community. It’s tough to say, but these connections probably would not have been made it if was not for Micronet/Fox Valley Connect.