The CES is huge, so huge that people interested in networking are increasingly preferring smaller events better structured for networking.
Virtual meetings can be useful in certain circumstances, but there are many reasons why in-person events are more effective for businesses.
Here are five tips to make the most of any conference, without spending a ton of money.
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Salesforce has created a place where all the great minds of technology across multiple industries can come together for four days to share ideas, exchange information, learn a lot of great stuff, network and have some fun.
Presenting at a conference in a different country can bring on a whole set of unique challenges. Make sure you are prepared for the unexpected.
Even if you've attended a conference that targets young entrepreneurs, perhaps it was run by a different age group and therefore came across as less than authentic. Try these events.
Delayed flights, lost luggage and other travel inconveniences are a small price to pay for the amazing educational and networking experiences conferences provide.
Think: videos, banners and social media hashtags.
Nobody will notice that the keynote speaker is brilliant if the slides are upside down.
Here is some advice on how to choose a digital event and how to get the most out of it.
Don't take a pass on live conferences and seminars. They are still your best bet.
Networking is a major part of being a successful entrepreneur, so it's in your best interest to get good at it -- really, really good at it.
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Even a tedious conference is a good opportunity to get you and your product in front of potential customers.
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