Take the good with the bad? Not when you're planning a user conference.
The good is pretty great: loads of customer engagement, a leg up on the competition and, oh yeah, a super-high ROI. But the bad? The long hours, incredible stress and countless opportunities for disaster? Yeah, hard pass on that.
If that's your point of view, welcome to the club. Ass-kicking event profs are increasingly unlocking the good of user conferences while side-stepping the bad. And for our January webinar, we've invited one such event prof to share her witty and entertaining real-world user conference experience so you can do the same.
On January 16th, Kathleen Castaillac, Senior Director of Global Events at Box and director of their annual customer conference, BoxWorks, will be sharing the five lessons she learned from building BoxWorks from a 300 attendee, zero sponsor event to a 7,000 attendee, 40+ sponsor event in five years. We've heard Kathleen speak before and we can tell you that this is going to be super helpful (and fun) webinar.
January 16th, 2018
11am PST / 2pm EST
If you’re thinking of starting a user conference, or looking to improve upon an existing event, you're not going to want to miss Kathleen’s advice!