Save $100 on next week's Social Intranet Summit in Vancouver

Posted by Rob Lewis

Vancouver's ThoughtFarmer is hosting a Social Intranet Summit in Vancouver next week on October 28th and this time around they have provided us with 10 reasons why you should attend.

  1. Intranet experts. Brian Edwards, Bevin Hernandez, Dion Hinchcliffe, Andy Jankowski, Stewart Mader, Dan Pontefract, Bert Sandie, and many more.
  2. Case studies. Hear about the social intranets of Continuum, Oxfam America, and Penn State University.
  3. Great conversations. Network with people like yourself, facing similar challenges with intranets and collaboration.
  4. Build your business case. Learn about ROI, KPIs and RFPs.
  5. SharePoint 2010. Hear how EA, TELUS and Servus Credit Union are using SharePoint 2010.
  6. ThoughtFarmer 4.0. Be among the first to see ThoughtFarmer 4.0 as it’s unveiled to the world on October 28th.
  7. Pre-event workshop. Using ThoughtFarmer? The workshop on Wednesday, October 27th will help you take your ThoughtFarmer social intranet to the next level.
  8. Vancouver. Haven’t you always wanted to come to Vancouver? Of the world’s coolest cities, Vancouver has to be in the top 5. And if you already live here, when was the last time a great intranet conference came to Vancouver? Like… never?
  9. Vancouver Convention Centre. The venue is killer — brand new, immaculately designed and right on the water! Have a look.
  10. Food’s on us! Vancouver has great food, and it’s on us! Enjoy morning snacks, lunch and evening appetizers and libations, hosted by ThoughtFarmer.

Register online today to attend the Social Intranet Summit and use discount code TECHVIBESPROMO to save $100 off your registration.

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Rob Lewis

Rob Lewis

Rob is the President of Techvibes Media and Editor-in-Chief of Techvibes.com.  His diverse background includes stints in International Trade Finance, Web Development, and Enterprise Software and he is a graduate of the University of British Columbia, British Columbia Institute of Technology, and Simon Fraser University. When not running Canada's leading technology media property, Rob can be... more



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