Getting the Most from the Summit PLAN Tip #1: Plan a daily schedule Stay at the conference hotel, which allows you to be close to the action all day, but also get some rest if you need it. Review the program to select a first choice session, activity, or event for each available time slot. Select a second choice session for each time slot. Your first choice may not be what you expected. It’s OK to leave a session if it is not what you expected. RESOURCES Tip #2: Take advantage of resources Introduce yourself to speakers whose sessions you really enjoyed. They’ll appreciate the positive feedback and you will make a new contact! Use the website and the on-site program; excellent sources of information for all things Summit. Connect with your fellow attendees via the #summit channel in Slack. Visit with industry partners and sponsors. They have fun giveaways and great tool demos. PLAN Tip #3: Network! Everyone is doing it!Networking starters: Hi! I’m (your name) from (city, state, country). Where are you from? This is my first time at the Summit—how about you? I’m really looking forward to (session/presenter). What else do you recommend? What session are you going to next? I enjoyed meeting you and I’d love to build my network. May I connect with you afterward? RESOURCES Tip #4: Follow conference etiquette Know the codes and policies for conference attendees. Wear your name tag where it can be seen. This will help others see and remember your name, and our security officers also appreciate it. Silence your cell phone/mobile device in sessions to prevent disruption. QUESTIONS? Contact UsWe look forward to seeing you at Summit!