Comp Passes To LavaCon Available

Subject: Comp Passes To LavaCon Available
From: INKtopia Admin <admin -at- inktopia -dot- net>
To: Techwr-l <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Sun, 9 Oct 2016 10:09:55 -0500

Hi everyone,

A note from Jack Molisani from LavaCon


The LavaCon Conference is a gathering place for content strategists,
documentation managers, and other content professionals.

The next LavaCon is October 25-28, 2017 in Las Vegas, NV:

LavaCon exhibitors receive discounted conference passes to give to
customers, potential customers, etc. A few exhibitors still have passes
available, so they are offering them to qualified candidates.

To qualify for a free pass, you must:

* Currently lead a content development team
* Be actively evaluating tool, translation, outsource, or DITA consulting
* Have budget approved (or are building a business case to get budget
approved) for a content initiative
* Be willing to meet with the vendor(s) who sponsored you and discuss how
they might be able to assist your organization

To be considered, email Jack -at- lavacon -dot- org short summary of how you meet the
above requirements, and he will hook you up with the vendor(s) who can
sponsor your conference admission.


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