There are less than 2 weeks to go until ESPC16 kicks off on the 14th of November!
Get a head start next Tuesday, by attending the FREE ESPC webinar – New Imperatives for Mobility, Content & Governance – featuring 451 enterprise mobility expert Chris Marsh and Colligo EMEA Director Loic Triger.
Mobile technologies are empowering workers to create real business value, using context to be hyper-responsive to customers. At the same time, businesses need to be increasingly mindful of information governance in our digital workplaces.
On November 8th, discover how mobilizing SharePoint content can give your enterprise a competitive advantage – Watch Now
Following the webinar, we hope to see you in Vienna, where we’re excited to return to the European SharePoint Conference as a Gold Sponsor. Here’s a sneak peek at the exciting plans the Colligo team has in store and some tips from our friends at ESPC to help you get the most out of your week.
1. Find out who’s going
Check out Twitter #espc16 to find out who’s going. You can also follow @Colligo on Twitter for the latest news before and during the show.
There’s no better time to network with your peers, connect with new prospects, or touch base with customers than ESPC16. But don’t count on running into them at the conference – reach out to them before to arrange a meeting.
Our team members would love to meet you at booth 28/29, where you can enter our daily draw to win a Fitbit!
2. Plan ahead
Take a look at the conference schedule and decide the sessions and tutorials you would like to attend. Take note of their time so you can plan your meetings accordingly. If you’re travelling with co-workers, split up and attend different sessions. You can swap notes after, allowing your company to get the most out of the conference.
To schedule a chat with Colligo CEO & Founder Barry Jinks, please request a meeting online today.
Before the session, prepare some questions you would like the answers to. Don’t be afraid to ask them during the Q&A, or alternatively go up and have a chat with the speaker afterwards. It’s also important to take notes. A good practice is to write down the 3 most important takeaways from each session.
With 1,500 people from the SharePoint and Office 365 community estimated to attend ESPC16, it is worth going to the after parties and the many other great side-line and networking sessions. You never know who you’ll meet. Swap ideas, get advice and make those all-important contacts.
5. Share what you learn
Implement and share what you’ve learned with co-workers when you get back in the office to boost the value of your participation across the company. Organise an informal meeting with your colleagues and managers and share important takeaways from the conference.
Cheers to an exciting week in Vienna!