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    • People around the world are frustrated about many issues
    • People struggle to get something done about the issues they face
      “No one listens”
      “Faceless multinationals”
      “Only get to vote every five years for change”
    • The web has connected us up which has helped with some issues
    • But we are still often alone when dealing with organisations & trying to change things
    • When dealing with organisations, it can feel an uneven match
    • It often requires a huge time consuming effort to get the issue addressed
    • What would happen if you could act as a group?
    • Quiet Riots is built to enable people to group up and change things
    • Now let’s look at how people get started using Quiet Riots
    • The initial energy for change does not come from those that are happy & content
    • The energy for change comes from when you are unhappy about something
    • Start with Share your experience.It is cathartic for a lot of people
    • Once you’ve shared your experience, you are guided towards our open letter to the organisation...
    • ...or to content provided by other users
      Many people have tips they want to share with others
      Some share ways to get their issue noticed
      Others debate the right way to resolve the problem
    • Joining a Quiet Riot does more to get something done than working on your own...
      Organisations can’t ignore large groups
      Other members of the Quiet Riot share your experiences and can help solve your problems
    • Quiet Riots makes it easy for organisations to see what’s most important to their customers
      We’ll help you tell the organisation what’s important to you, and make you impossible to ignore
    • Quiet Riots is a Prototype. Not everything is perfect
      This means that everything isn’t perfect and we’re working on improving it
      We wanted to get launched so we could learn as quickly as possible with real users
    • Thank you very much for your timePlease join in. Tell others.Give us your feedbackContact us at www.quietriots.comor send an email tofeedback@quietriots.com