Everyone needs some time to focus on personal growth — that’s why our 2017 Vectorworks Design Summit is designer focused, to give you time to hone your skills and connect with others in the industry. This year, meet up with us in Charm City (otherwise known as Baltimore, MD) from September 18 to 20, 2017 for industry sessions, tech support, networking events, and inspirational keynotes, plus hands-on training opportunities to improve your company’s bottom line.
“The Vectorworks Design Summit is the most efficient and cost-effective way to obtain software training,” said Nicole Davison, vice president of sales at Vectorworks. “Based on feedback from our community of designers, this year’s event boasts even more lab-style training sessions and one-on-one tech support, along with multiple accredited speaking sessions by industry thought leaders. We’re always looking for more opportunities to make designers’ jobs easier and help them grow their skills.”
The agenda includes opportunities to:
- Connect with industry peers and grow your network at events, such as the exhibitor happy hour and Customer Appreciation Dinner, as well as during lunches and breaks between sessions.
- Learn and get inspiration from two keynotes and more than 30 sessions led by industry experts, like Greg Henderson, founder of Arx Pax Labs, Inc.; Steve Shelley, president of Field Template LLC; Bryan Goff, director of design + sciences at Grey Leaf Design, Inc.; and Todd McCurdy, vice president at Huitt-Zollars.
- Grow your skill set and earn continuing education credits with sessions and training on topics like the basics of building information modeling (BIM), moving from 2D to 3D modeling, water-efficient landscape design, working with DWG files, graphical scripting, event design, and many more.
Last year’s Design Summit received high marks from attendees, such as Chris Burgin of Axxis Inc., who said his favorite part of the Design Summit was, “learning tips to make my workflow faster, learning about upcoming and new features, and meeting other people who are excited about Vectorworks.”
If you’re interested in attending and saving $200, make sure to take advantage of the pre-early bird specials, details below:
And, as part of Vectorworks’ commitment to supporting the academic community, students and professors can register from now until May 31 for just $49.
You can check out the full list of sessions and register here.
P.S.: Don’t forget to join the Summit conversation by following and engaging with #VectorworksDesignSummit.