In a world where it can be tough to keep up with the latest technological advances, Microsoft’s messaging of tech intensity has struck a chord. If you want to stay at the top of your game, keeping a digital-first mindset is crucial.
Last June we held our very first #ShiftHappens Conference in Washington, D.C., and we had an absolute blast. We learned from some of the industry’s best and brightest minds, had meaningful discussions, and came together as leaders eager to evolve our digital identities. Two enlightening days and 35 sessions later, we were sure we had something special on our hands.
As we’re going into the new year, it’s with great pleasure that I’m announcing that our 2nd annual #ShiftHappens Conference will take place from June 25-26, 2020!
This conference is the foremost gathering of top professionals to exchange actionable strategies for building and accelerating digital capabilities within the modern workplace, and we can’t wait for you to join us.
For 2020 we’ll be shifting to the Conrad Hotel in downtown Washington D.C. Early bird registration— which will be $295 and free for public sector employees*—will be capped at 400 experts and practitioners and is expected to sell out.
Our inaugural conference featured sessions and speakers from NARA, Prudential Financial, Merck, and other prominent organizations. This year, attendees can expect behind the scenes details and best practices from modern workplace professionals at:
- United Airlines
- ISS Facility Services
- King County, Washington
- And more!
If your organization is heavily regulated or has impactful digital transformation experience, we’d love to speak with you about special pricing. Speaking and sponsorship opportunities are also available!
As we’re looking towards a new decade full of opportunity and success, I can’t wait to start it off strong with you all at #ShiftHappens 2020. In the meantime, take a look below at some of the biggest takeaways from our inaugural conference:
*Public sector employees should send inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org to receive their promotional code. To qualify, email address must end in .gov or .mil or show proof of employment at a higher educational institution.