How to refer a friend to OpenSpace

The best way to refer a friend to OpenSpace is through our official Refer-A-Friend program. Referring a friend through the official program is simple. All you have to do is:

  1. Visit the official program webpage.

  2. Create your unique sharing link by entering your email address and clicking the Create link button.

  3. Copy your link, by clicking the Copy button, and send it to anyone you’d like to refer.

Note: This link redirects to a page where your referrals can request a demo or request more information. We recommend sharing the link via social media, email, Slack, or text message.

For everyone who uses your link, we will:

  • Send them a free 360° camera if their company is a good fit for OpenSpace

  • Send you an iPad if they become a paying OpenSpace customer

Your referrals will be considered a “good fit” for OpenSpace after they’ve attended an OpenSpace demo and it has been confirmed that they meet our sales qualification criteria. Likewise, your referrals will be considered a “customer” once they’ve officially purchased an OpenSpace subscription and signed a contract with us.

Using PartnerStack

When you claim your link, you should also receive an email from us discussing next steps. We work closely with a software vendor called PartnerStack to track referrals.

Note: You must complete your PartnerStack account registration in order to receive your iPad.

Once you create a profile, you will be able to access your PartnerStack dashboard. Here you’ll see a list of everyone who has used your link.

The PartnerStack dashboard is quite user-friendly and intuitive. You can reach out to support@partnerstack.com if you have any additional questions about the dashboard.

For more information or to inquire about the status of your referral(s), please reach out to the OpenSpace partnerships team at partnerships@OpenSpace.ai.

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