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A one day conference will bring together a variety of researchers throughout the diverse disciplines. We will present and discuss the various topics for the effort to articulate elements that will contribute to the actual, ongoing development of technology.

This special one-day conference offers the chance for Members and guests to hear from industry experts on hot topics and network with peers.

Producing a meaningful event is hard. Producing an event that encourages dialogue that leads to innovation is near impossible. Yet, shouldn’t we try? Our time is too valuable to pitch it away to a panel of talking heads with little meaningful discussion. Today’s professional events need to address our new paradigm in better ways.

When designing our programmes we are continuously aware of the fine balance between theory and practice. The theory component must support and compliment practice. The process of providing delegates with just the right amount of theory carefully balanced with just the right amount of practical skills is what determines any conferencing company’s ultimate success.

Xenox’s One-Day Conference brings together speakers from across the knowledge community to help delegates understand the critical issues that shape what we all do.

Our hope is that the speakers and the discussions one experiences at the Summit will both inspire and better connect you with professionals, public servants, academics and citizens that share a commitment to improving our built and natural environment with technology

Benefits of Attending Conference

  • They allow organisations to get updated information on key issues that their organisations are concerned with.
  • They are valuable for delegates who carry a heavy workload.
  • They allow delegates to have issues addressed on a specific topic by recognised experts who are up to date with the latest developments in the field.
  • They are very appropriate in an era in which people do not have time to read a number of books by experts. They can spend a reasonably short period of time and get substantial information on a topic they have an interest in. The speakers, who specialize in these fields, have already done the sifting and selection of information from a wide variety of sources.
  • They create learning communities that bring together delegates from like-minded companies.
  • The learning environment encourages delegates to exchange experiences, ideas and practices from their own companies.
  • It allows delegates to interact with other companies who may be experiencing similar issues and problems. It allows them to tackle issues together. In turn perspectives will be broadened as a result. This information exchange helps delegates benchmark their companies.
  • Reputable conference organizers add a great deal of value by identifying appropriate speakers (who have the necessary subject matter expertise, practical experience in implementation, as well as the ability to engage audiences in workshops/seminars in an interesting way that stimulates thought and debate).

What you will takeaway?

This is the most obvious motivation for most people who attend conferences. And given the quality and quantity of conferences out there, you’d be hard-pressed to find one where you couldn’t learn something. But, be thoughtful and choosy about which sessions you commit to.

This is one of the most popular reasons people cite for attending a conference. And who doesn’t like the opportunity to get to know and meet new people who work in the same industry? There’s an incredible amount of sharing, learning and leveraging that can happen.

A few years ago, people went to conferences, learned lots of things and that was that. Then along came social media and everything changed. Now look around a room at a conference and note that almost everyone is tweeting snippets and stats using conference hashtags. Even if you’re not at the conference, you can follow along. There are live feeds, blogs and more covering all the action.

If you send someone to a conference and they learn and network and create content, then that’s great. But, to truly make it valuable, they’ve got to bring all that back and share it with all the folks who didn’t get to go to the conference, but could benefit from the good stuff. And, having the extra responsibility of bringing something back to share encourages your team to be present and engaged during the conference.


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