Trying to convince your boss to let you attend Confab? Considering attending as a team? Here are some talking points to help get the time and budget you need.
Conferences—even virtual events—are a big investment of time and money. And while it can be tough to calculate the return on your investment, it’s pretty easy to measure the tangible benefits of attending Confab—and matching those benefits to your organization’s needs.
There are a lot of good conferences out there. Heck, there are a lot of good content strategy conferences out there. But Confab is the original conference dedicated entirely to content strategy. Trust us, we wrote the book on it.
Founded by Kristina Halvorson and produced by Brain Traffic, Confab is the world’s leading conference on the topic of content strategy. It’s an international gathering of leaders and practitioners who care deeply about doing great work and moving the discipline forward. You won’t find a more thorough, carefully curated event anywhere else.
Confab attendees are the people in organizations who care about making content better. They’re usually the strategists, designers, marketers, writers, editors, and communicators who are in the trenches every day, making content happen. They’re also the directors, managers, and principals who make the big strategic decisions about how to invest resources in content initiatives.
Whether you are looking to recruit new talent, discover better tools, or strengthen your team’s skills, Confab gathers the best and brightest minds working in content strategy.
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