Getting the Most Out of Your Conference

A lot of us go to conferences every year, and the thought of what to do while there can be overwhelming for many people. Do you just go to the sessions you want, how do you pick sessions, should you go to events after hours, which ones should you attend? These questions and others are very common from new attendees to those who attend regularly.

I find it’s easier to break this down a little bit into what the goals of a conference are. There are 2 goals everyone attending a conference should have, to learn and to network. There may be other goals, but 95% of attendees will have just these two, and it makes sense, they are the two areas that are harder to get outside of a conference and they help you do your job better.

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