Monday, 7th December 2009
The information gathering and sharing opportunities inherent in conference or symposium participation don't just take place during the show. Heidi Blanton provides a useful checklist of steps and resources for maximizing the benefit of conference participation.
The best way to get the most out of an upcoming event is to do some homework before you attend. The networking process can start well before the conference, even as much as six months. If you are closely involved with a particular event, I even recommend monitoring your networks for search terms year round.
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