Hitting the Road: Upcoming Learning and Development Conferences

This year OpenSesame is hitting the road to spread the word about our elearning marketplace. From California all the way to London, we are looking forward to seeing current customers and sellers in person, as well as getting to know many of you.

Looking for some quality conferences to attend this season? Join us at these three upcoming events!

Learning Technologies UK
January 29-30
London, United Kingdom

Hailed as Europe’s leading learning and development conference, Learning Technologies UK sets a high bar in terms of conference quality. The two-day event includes more than 140 seminars, two exhibition halls packed with the latest learning technologies, and keynotes from the likes of Brian Solis and Beau Lotto.

Come visit us at booth 14 or schedule a time to chat with us while at the conference

KnowledgeAdvisors 2014 Analytics Symposium
March 3–5
San Francisco, CA

This year’s theme is “Talent & Learning Analytics: The Era of Data Driven Decision Making’. This 3-day event brings together some of the greatest minds in the world of learning and talent analytics to share their stories in measuring strategic learning programs.

  • Listen to learning leaders at Qualcomm, Grainger, Hilton, Accenture, Grant Thornton, PG&E and others.
  • Glean creative insights from research experts such as Kirkpatrick Partners, The ROI Institute and i4cp.
  • Learn more about KnowledgeAdvisors as it shares best practices on topics such as the ‘crawl, walk’ run’ approach to measurement, and Big Data for Learning.

We are very excited to be a sponsor for the KnowledgeAdvisors 2014 Analytics Symposium and invite you to join us at this insightful and fun event! 

Spring 2014 CLO Symposium
March 30–April 2
Dana Point, CA

Taking place on a bluff overlooking the Pacific ocean, this year’s Spring CLO Symposium is sure to be relaxing AND informative. This year’s theme, “Building Community: Learning’s Most Valuable Influence”, will focus on how to build long-lasting learning communities. The event will kick off with a keynote from Jonah Berger, author of “Why Things Catch On”, and continue with a collection of presentations and panels exploring our current communities and what they may look like in the future.

We are pleased to be a sponsor for this event and will be sure to provide you with more information on how we can connect as we get closer to the date!

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