Europe’s Largest SharePoint, Office 365 & Azure Conference is approaching fast. Here’s a few handy tips on how to make the most of your time at the conference.
Find out who’s going
Check out Twitter #ESPC17 to find out who’s going or visit the ESPC17 delegates page. If you would like to be added to this page, email your image and details to firstname.lastname@example.org There’s no better time to network with your peers, connect with new prospects, or touch base with customers than ESPC17. Don’t bank on running into them at the conference, reach out to them before and arrange a meeting.
Take a look at the conference schedule and decide the sessions and tutorials you would like to attend. Take note of their time so you can plan your meetings accordingly. If you are travelling with co-workers, split up and attend different sessions. You can swap notes after, allowing your company to get the most out of the conference.
Don’t miss Content Panda CMO, Heather Newman’s session:
Thursday, November 15 | 3:15 – 4:15 PM | Session Th32
Looking for a highly visual way to organise teamwork, plans, tasks, files and even chat about them? Look no further than Office 365 Planner, which offers people a simple and highly visual way to organise teamwork. Planner can be used to manage a marketing event, brainstorm new product ideas, track a school project, prepare for a customer visit, or just organise your team more effectively. Join Heather Newman, Co-Founder, Chief Evangelist and Chief Marketing Officer of Content Panda, as she uses a real-world use case to provide you with the steps to create an end user adoption campaign inside Office 365 Planner leveraging her 10 step End User Adoption checklist for Office 365 and SharePoint. You’ll leave this session with a clear understanding of how to use the tool for your teams, tips on how to best organise a large, multi-levelled campaign and a template that she will share post-session.
Benefits of Attending this Session:
- Most energetic and dynamic speaker out there
- Fun yet professional speaker
- Actual templates, examples, tips and tricks, not just high level theories
Before the session, think of some questions you would like the answers to. Don’t be afraid to ask them during the Q&A, or alternatively go up and have a chat with the speaker afterwards. It is also important to take notes. A good practice is to write down the 3 most important takeaways from each session.
With 2,000 people from the SharePoint, Office 365 & Azure community estimated to attend ESPC17, it is worth going to the after parties (The Black & White Party at the Guinness Storehouse on Wednesday 15th) and the many other great side-line and networking sessions, you never know who you’ll meet. Swap ideas, get advice and make those all-important contacts. Don’t be afraid to go up to a speaker or blogger and introduce yourself – they expect this at a conference.
Book a meeting with Heather ahead of time or track her down at the conference via Twitter – @heddanewman.
Share what you learn
To capture maximum value for you and your company, schedule time to share what you’ve learned and even better, to go ahead and implement, as soon as you get back to the office. Organise an informal meeting with your colleagues and managers and share important takeaways from the conference.
Still haven’t made up your mind? Then visit 10 reasons to attend ESPC17 to see why you should be there. Then book your ticket today. Use coupon code ESPC17Speak on checkout to avail of a further 10% discount.