There’s going to be lots to see and do at SuccessConnect so plan out how you want to spend your time before you arrive. Check out the agenda and pick out what you’d like to attend. You can even register now for the sessions you’re most interested in! And don’t forget to download the mobile app so you have all the conference information on hand, including your personal agenda with all the sessions you register for.
Tip #2: Check Under Your Seats Because You Get Software and You Get Software and You Get Software….
Oprah is giving the keynote address. Enough said.
Tip #3: Don’t Be Shy
SuccessConnect is going to be jam-packed with chances to meet new people and connect with peers. So make the most of all your networking opportunities! Talk to people in your sessions, including the exhibitors, and make sure you bring a stack of business cards to trade.
Tip #4: Have Fun
It’s important to remember to take advantage of all the fun opportunities at the conference! After all, you’ll be away from the office for a few days and mingling with people who you have a lot in common with. Kick off the conference the right way with a welcome party that we’ll be sponsoring with our partner, NSPRO, on the top of the Cosmopolitan Hotel in the Marquee Nightclub’s Boombox room on August 29th. The party starts right after the Opening Expo Hall Reception and it’s going to be a great opportunity to meet colleagues and peers before the conference officially kicks off. Entry, drinks, appetizers, and hand-rolled cigars are all complimentary! And of course, there will be a DJ. Come party with us! RSVP and check out more details here.
We’re looking forward to hearing about digital transformations from the experts and talking to you about how you’re working to transform your business -- see you in Las Vegas!
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