So you’re coming to FareHarbor Conference. Now what? Whether you’re a Dashboard master or just starting out with FareHarbor, we’ve got your back with our tried-and-true tips for how to do FareHarbor Conference right.
1. Map out which sessions you want to attend in advance.
Set a goal for what you’d like to learn at the conference and save yourself time on October 28 by working out in advance which presentations will help you reach that goal. Review the FHC schedule, and plan your day around the session topics you find to be the most beneficial. Come to FHC feeling prepared, but allow a little room for the unexpected.
Not sure which sessions best fit your business needs? Reach out to our team and we’d be happy to work out a personalized schedule with you!
2. Take full advantage of a 1:1 session.
This is one that few attendees pass up! Our one-on-one sessions give you an opportunity to sit down with a FareHarbor specialist for some personalized training. This is a great chance to work with a team member on-site and resolve any challenges you may be facing, from industry best practices to Dashboard organization. Leave these sessions feeling better than ever about the direction your business is headed!
3. Use #fhc19 to connect with attendees through social media.
It’s a good idea to engage with people on social media before the FareHarbor Conference even begins. Twitter and LinkedIn are both great places to start, and joining in a few discussions can give you a sense of who will be there and any similar interests you may share.
With so many networking opportunities at FHC, connecting online may also allow you to build somewhat of a relationship beforehand and make it easier to guide in-person conversation starters. “Oh, you’re the one who was talking about XYZ on LinkedIn!”
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4. Stop by the sponsor area.
We don’t partner with just anyone. We truly believe the partners we bring to FHC are dedicated to helping you run your business faster and smarter. Discover new services and get hands-on with demos by taking a minute to visit the sponsor area!
5. Stick around for the FHC happy hour.
FHC is filled with networking opportunities — from the organized lunch breakouts to casual meetings by the coffee station. But we’ve found that some of the most high-value networking happens at our after-hours event. Take some time after the conference to unwind and strike up a conversation with your peers at the FHC happy hour!
There you have it! Follow these tips and you’re sure to have a great experience at FareHarbor Conference! See you soon!
It’s not too late to register for FHC! Trust us, this is one you don’t want to miss…