After FOUR action-packed, education-filled days at HxGN LIVE 2018, another successful conference came to an end. With new connections made and next steps to look forward to, we venture home to apply what we’ve learned this week. We were thrilled to welcome thousands of attendees from around the globe to this year’s conference, all who became active participants in shaping smart change with us.
We had a final keynote from Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure on Friday, When Your Contingency Plan Fails, and a fabulous closing lunch in the Venetian Ballroom at our beautiful host venue, the Venetian Hotel. Attendees spent a few more hours visiting The Zone, exchanging contact information with new connections, and making final preparations to return home.
There was so much to cover this week, from inspiring keynotes to cool tech, fun games, and exciting evenings out – it’s hard to believe that it’s officially come to a close. Throughout the week, we’ve posted conference content to HxGN SPOTLIGHT, the content platform we recently launched, where you can find all things Hexagon including videos, podcasts, articles, and news direct from this year’s conference that you can get your hands on.
We’d like to thank all of you for your contributions this week – from our guest bloggers to active game players and award honourees. We appreciate everything you’ve added to make this conference more interesting for the group, all your expertise, your social posts to @HxGNLIVE, and your continued commitment to exchanging ideas between colleagues you’ve known and even met through this experience.
Our teams have already begun the process of preparing for next year’s HxGN LIVE, planning more great stories that will start here, and developing new and better solutions to the challenges we face – many inspired by insights gained from you.
We look forward to welcoming you back in 2019!
Heather White, Marketing Communications Specialist for Hexagon Corporate Communications and Marketing, holds a bachelor’s degree in Communications from Kennesaw State University and plays a fundamental role supporting corporate, internal, and conference communications.