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What is an Unconference?

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As we all know, some of the best conference conversations are had during coffee breaks when attendees can informally chat with each other about their interests. But with such a tight agenda, it’s difficult to find a good amount of time to actually connect with others at Subscribed.

 

That’s why this year, we’re having our first Unconference on Day 2, June 5th starting at 3:30pm.

 

What is an Unconference?
Unlike the standard conference where there is an agenda with speakers, an unconference is, for the most part, participant-driven where attendees suggest topics of their own interest and choose sessions. With a flexible format, an unconference’s goal is to focus on conversation over presentation. Session content won't just come from Zuora - rather it'll come from everyone who's participating.

 

Why Should I Attend the Unconference?

Much like the Zuora Community where one can post a question and get feedback from other Zuora users, the collaborative aspect of this format provides several advantages where participants can

  • Focus on topics that are relevant since topics are suggested by users.
  • Create interactions lead to productive collaborations
  • Learn useful information and skills to help with your career progression and professional development
  • Collectively share feedback with Zuora, as a group
  • Build relationships that continue well past the event

Create Your Unconference Experience Now

What topics would you like covered? Are there any product specialists you'd like to talk to?  Now's your chance to start suggesting your Unconference ideas!

 

If you can’t think of any now, you’ll have an opportunity to add your idea to our Unconference board at Subscribed.

 

Save the Date:

Zuora Unconference | Subscribed San Francisco 

June 5, 2019 at 3:30pm


Lana Lee | Senior Community Manager and Strategist
"A little consideration, a little thought for others, makes all the difference." —A. A. Milne
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