A Unique Conference Putting Attendee ROI First

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LinuxWorld & NetworkWorld (LWNW) Canada Conference & Expo, the largest IT event in Canada, is ensuring that paid conference attendees receive valuable ROI for their time and financial investment, by establishing a unique conference based on attendee needs.

This change will both define LWNW Canada from other shows and demonstrate our appreciation of how crucial our attendee’s time and financial ROI is to the success of our event

LinuxWorld & NetworkWorld (LWNW) Canada Conference & Expo, the largest IT event in Canada, is ensuring that paid conference attendees receive valuable ROI for their time and financial investment, by establishing a unique conference based on attendee needs.

IT Professionals in all arenas are suffering from major pain points. The complications of keeping ahead of the technology curve are daunting, beginning with how to integrate Open Source and Proprietary platforms into your overall IT environment. With many products reducing costs and increasing efficiency, it is critical for IT professionals to keep in step. Sectors that were once independent are now combining; storage and security; telecommunications and privacy, by making changes in one solution you can create consequences in another.

ROI is measured in the time saved by attending a conference covering many issues at once, and equally important by the quality of the sessions attended. The paid conference, comprised of 8 tracks, will be largely conducted by non-commercial industry experts, authors and analysts. A separate track has been created this year under the heading ‘Applications & Solutions’ that will be free to all attendees and conducted by vendor companies.

“This change will both define LWNW Canada from other shows and demonstrate our appreciation of how crucial our attendee’s time and financial ROI is to the success of our event,” Jai Cole, exposition & conference director, LWNW Canada.

Post show attendee survey results reveal many have a limited training budget and a restricted time allowance to be away from the workplace at conferences. By creating a conference that answers questions about a mixed technical environment, covers a multitude of industry sectors, and separates commercial and non-commercial sessions, LWNW Canada has indeed created a unique conference.

LWNW Canada (http://www.lwnwexpo.plumcom.ca), Toronto, April 24-26, is a valuable resource for government and corporate professionals to fulfill their need for the most up to date information enabling them to keep their organizations running at top efficiency.

Stephanie Cole

Event Publicist

Plum Communications Inc.

Steph@plumcom.ca

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