You already understand how important it is to attend the 2013 HDI Conference & Expo. No other IT service and technical support conference provides you with the same quality sessions, keynotes, and networking opportunities.
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Top five benefits of attending HDI 2013
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Top Five Benefits to Attending the 2013 HDI Annual Conference & Expo
5. Stay on the cutting edge of industry trends.
IT service and support industry experts from a variety of backgrounds, representing companies across North America, attend and present at HDI 2013. You can help your organization stay on top of the game by networking with these participants and sharing the industry knowledge you gain with your coworkers and supervisors.
4. Gain topic-specific expertise.
The tools, techniques, and strategies you learn and bring back to your department will benefit your company’s operations. Attending the 2013 HDI Conference & Expo gives you access to eighty intense, hands-on workshops and eight tracks to choose from, all facilitated by industry experts and practitioners.
3. Make the most of your training budget.
Getting access to all this information in any other way would take far more time and money.
2. Be inspired by inspiring people.
Six keynote presentations will inspire you to think about your support operations, career, and life in a new way.
1. Develop your professional network.
The HDI members, conference alumni, and industry leaders who attend this conference don’t stop networking when the conference is over. Make connections, via e-mail, LinkedIn discussion boards, and other social media tools, that will continue long after you leave Las Vegas.