Why Should I Attend A Tech Conference?

Today’s world moves fast. Our schedules are packed and with options like webinars and podcasts, it can feel like the expense and time commitment of attending a tech conference in person just doesn’t make sense. If you agree with this statement…..

You are missing an amazing opportunity! Here are just a few reasons why it is important for you and your colleagues to attend TECH360….IN PERSON!

A Fresh Perspective – getting out of the office, sitting in a different space and talking with new people provides the environment for exciting conversations and ideas that can change the way you do business. Be prepared to learn something new and unexpected.

Targeted Topics of Interest – yes, the internet has “everything” , but how can you wade through the tremendous amount of info out there to find what is most important to you and your business?  TECH360 has curated a program of  expert speakers and presentations that have been designed to address issues and needs of the tech community right now. TECH360 includes both keynote presentations AND options for breakout sessions that will allow attendees to customize their experience to gain knowledge that they can apply immediately and best leverage the latest technology in today’s business climate.

Make Connections – social media is a great vehicle to stay connected with our industry colleagues, but there is no substitute for the impact of the opportunity for an introduction and conversation – in person! TECH360 includes a fantastic end-of-day Networking Reception that is the perfect opportunity for you to meet industry leaders from across the region to share ideas, challenges and best practices. You never know who you will meet and how it could impact your career, your business and your success!

Need more reasons to register for TECH360? Check out this website and don’t miss the speaker profiles, session topics, attendee testimonials and more.

See you there!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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