Are you an intranet super-fan, a communications expert, or an IT champion looking to maximize your intranet’s potential?
We’re thrilled to announce the return of ThoughtSummit! This inspiring conference will feature two days of thoughtful presentations, practical advice, and great networking. You’ll build your intranet skillset with topics like intranet architecture, intranet optimization tips, the role of the intranet in the digital workplace, intranet design principles, and more.
Join us May 13-14, 2019, in Vancouver, British Columbia. This year ThoughtSummit will be held at the Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue. It’s located a few blocks away from the ThoughtFarmer office, and the historic Gastown quarter.
Why should you attend?
Managing an intranet is no easy task. And to be successful you require new solutions to old problems and actionable solutions to new problems.
The ThoughtSummit conference will leave you feeling inspired, energized, and ready to tackle your intranet with tactics and strategies that you can put into action the minute you return to the office.
Join a vibrant and engaging community devoted to putting best practices, workplace trends, intranet trends, and key technologies into action. With high-impact sessions and solid networking opportunities, ThoughtSummit is the best place to find like-minded peers working towards the same goals.
Who should attend?
Intranet managers, communication professionals, enterprise thought leaders, company culture practitioners, HR professionals, knowledge management leaders, or digital workplace professionals. ThoughtSummit is not just for ThoughtFarmer customers. It is an opportunity for professionals to learn, build their skills, and grow their network, together.
Attendees will walk away with inspiration and a renewed sense of purpose for their intranet.
Will there be networking opportunities?
Absolutely! After all, this conference full of communicators, not accounting folk. Last year attendees were whisked away to explore the great outdoors at the Capilano Suspension Bridge. And on day-two, everyone enjoyed great food and drinks at a Tap & Barrel in North Vancouver.
How much is it?
Conference prices start at $650.00. And yes, that’s Canadian dollars, which makes it all the more affordable for those of you traveling up from the United States or (almost) anywhere around the world. This early bird price will expire on January 15, 2019. So, save your seat now to take advantage.
What is there to do in Vancouver?
As one of the most beautiful cities in the world, there is no shortage of amazing sights to see in Vancouver. From walking the scenic seawall to exploring our diverse food scene to sampling some of the city’s finest craft breweries, Vancouver has something for everyone. Despite the fact that last May produced only 1.6 mm of rain, we still recommend packing an umbrella, or at least verifying the forecast before you arrive.
Have questions? Get in touch! We're always happy to hear from you.
November 22, 2018