Tim Farley of POTUS SiriusXM interviews uCampaign CEO & Founder Thomas Peters on how mobile technology is changing how Americans engage in politics, from campaigns and elections to Supreme Court nominations and beyond!
Listen to their discussion about how we turned smartphones into powerful campaign tools in the 2016 election and how we’re taking our gamification model and peer-to-peer capabilities to the upcoming SCOTUS confirmation.
Click here to listen now!
Our VP of Business Development Nick Elliot will be speaking on the Mobile Advocacy Symposium Panel in San Francisco on August 10th to discuss the latest trends in mobile advocacy technology and their real-world application in shaping public policy.
The event is being organized by the Grassroots Professional Network.
Nick is a driving force of innovation here at uCampaign/RumbleUp where he is an integral part of client success both with our app based activism platform, and peer-to-peer texting campaigns. He offers unique insight into the world of political tech and has seen first hand how pivotal of a role the right technology can play in elections when utilized to its full potential.
We’re excited to hear his contributions and we hope you can join us!
To view the event details or purchase tickets, click here!
Our founder and CEO Thomas Peters gave an amazing speech at the AAPC Pollie Awards!
While taking the stage at one of the largest political conferences of the year, he told the story of uCampaign; the inspiration behind it and the challenges he faced along the way. He spoke about the experience of being a bootstrap startup, and the tremendous success he was rewarded with as a result of hard work and determination. His story shows us that when you have the drive to make your dreams a reality, no amount of adversity can stop you.
Watch for yourself! (less than 10 minutes): Click here to watch!
Have a question about what Thomas spoke about? Leave a comment!
Blake Dowling of the Florida Politics blog gives uCampaign a shout-out:
“I am back in the swing of things and thought we could look around the political landscape and see what tech folks are using to get themselves into office – without fake ads and stealing/borrowing data.
During his last run, Ted Cruz used a very innovative suite of mobile apps called uCampaign. The app actually makes campaigning a game (to some, it already is) and you are awarded points for reaching specific achievements.
“Political Pokémon,” I call it.
Apps like uCampaign can really change how a supporter engages with those they support. His fans were (literally) all tied together in a digital community. Very cool.”
Thanks, Blake! We think it’s cool, too! 😎
Click here to read the full article!
We’re excited to announce that our founder and CEO, Thomas Peters, has been invited to speak at this year’s CampaignTech East conference.
This agenda-setting technology conference offers a behind the scenes look at the newest digital strategies, tactics and tools that are shaking up the industry. Expect to see the biggest names in political tech come to meet, share and strategize for the upcoming cycle.
Thomas will be participating in a breakout session focused on discussing how to engage supporters and boost volunteers through gamification — right up our alley!
The conference takes place on April 25-26 in Washington DC, at the FHI360 Conference Center.
More details will be announced closer to the event!
Check out the event website and rsvp here!
On the latest episode of Social Media and Politics, our founder and CEO, Thomas Peters, chats with host and political scientist Michael Bossetta about how mobile apps can be powerful tools to drive engagement for political campaigns and advocacy groups.
During the interview, Thomas shares his insights into why smartphones are key channels for contemporary civic engagement and they discuss how uCampaign has developed apps for Ted Cruz, Donald Trump, and the Brexit Leave campaign.
Click the link below to hear to them talk about how the app integrates with Facebook, Twitter, and Google, what types of data are collected, and how gamification is used to encourage activism.
Click here to listen to the Podcast!
We’re so thrilled to announce that our very own founder and CEO, Thomas Peters, will be speaking at the 2018 Pollie Awards this year!
Thomas has an incredible story and we are all looking forward to hearing him speak at this year’s event focused on celebrating the brightest minds in politics.
If you’ll be attending the Pollies, we’ll see you there! If not, stay tuned for more updates on what’s sure to be a speech worth talking about.