Posted on Thursday, February 5, 2015 by aadairs
If you’ve never been to #PSEWEB before, you may be curious to learn more about how beneficial the #PSEWEB conference is for your employees, as well as yourself.
At #PSEWEB, you will experience opportunities not only to network with fellow peers, but to learn from them as well.
Attendees have been able to gather, discuss and gain much from each other, through many platforms, such as:
It has been experienced in the past, and as other attendees have identified, the work done at other institutions often inspires them to return with new projects and initiatives to implement.
Gain insight into post-secondary marketing, communications and digital trends that one is unlikely to learn about anywhere else.
Very direct, tangible benefits have been seen from meeting colleagues working at other universities and colleges during past #PSEWEB conferences. Attendees have often picked up the phone or jumped on Twitter to ask a question, saving a lot of time trying to research the answer.
Attendees are able to think outside of the box and their institution. This gives an opportunity to bounce ideas off people who have tried something similar and hear how other schools have solved problems the attendees are facing at their institution, thus helping avoid repeated mistakes.
#PSEWEB puts forth its utmost to provide an enriching conference experience. We strive to have attendees feeling enlightened, educated and excited to get back to work and apply what they have gained from #PSEWEB. Attendees have left #PSEWEB in the past, with a new idea or insight that has helped them grow.
On a very practical level, #PSEWEB is a great source for trusted vendors who you can go back to when you need to take on larger projects. This saves time on RFP and tendering processes.
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