Lubavitcher entrepreneurs Zalmy Raskin and Schneur Landa have launched a new service with sights aimed at the multi-million dollar dinner industry.
Dubbed the “iPad Journal Experience” the new service aims to completely reinvent the Gala Dinner “Journal” by using iPads rather than traditionally used paper Journals. Since the iPad is a digital canvas, the iPad Journal brings an entire new experience for dinner guests, an experience which Schneur Landa, Co-Founder of Flying Connected, believes will make paper journals “a thing of the ancient past.”
The iPads are placed elegantly on every dinner table, with the typical setting being four iPads per table. Guests are then able to enjoy a multimedia, interactive, and high tech experience as they wine and dine.
The new service is an extension of Raskin and Landa’s existing business – Flying Connected, Inc, which currently rents hundreds of iPads to some of America’s largest corporations and organizations. Their clientele ranges from companies like Goldman Sachs, Major League Baseball and IBM, to non-profit organizations like Make-A-Wish and Birthright Israel, all of whom rent iPads in bulk on a recurring basis to connect with attendees at the various events they host each year.
“The iPad Journal Experience is a perfect addition to our current business, as it offers us another way to deploy our existing inventory for yet another use in a bulk setting” said Zalmy Raskin, Founder of Flying Connected.
“We’re thrilled to be launching such a great new service for Dinner organizers” said Zalmy. “The Dinner Journal has become a boring staple at Dinners, and the iPad now offers a wide array of endless and creative possibilities to enhance events and dinners each year.”
The organizations who have used our innovative service have reported that having iPads on each table to peruse the Journal has delighted guests and more often than not, has proven to be the more cost effective solution as well. “The ability to save money for many of our clients, while creating a more dynamic and unique experience for their events, has us poised for tremendous growth within this one facet of our business” said Schneur.
“We are very fortunate to be a part of the Chabad community, where many of our clients have entrusted us with their important events, said Schneur. “This new trend is spreading rapidly and the feedback we have received so far has been amazing! We aim to make our service available and affordable to organizations within our local communities, and the national Chabad network of Shluchim.”
More information can be found by visiting www.FlyingConnected.com.