Three-day intranet conference – Copenhagen

Three days! Actually enough time to focus, digest and really develop our knowledge and understanding of modern business needs.

I’m so excited, I can’t even write all the “what’s going on during the conference” stuff, I first have to tell you how thrilled I am to be able to attend.

This isn’t a good time for me; I have stepped down from my position as Severn Trent Water’s intranet manager and internal communications specialist. I’ve just spent a year getting them a brand new SharePoint 2010 based corporate intranet, but now that that’s done, it’s time for me to move on, and I’m not sure about my future.

Then I discovered that IntraTeam are hosting an acclaimed intranet conference in Copenhagen from the 1st of March and with help and support and careful planning, I’ll be there! Travel, accommodation, tickets for the three days and dinners are all booked and I’m really looking forward to it. It’s so important to have something to look forward to when you’re job hunting as I am, and I feel attendance of the IntraTeam Event will be an important enough conference to mention on my CV.

The IntraTeam Event (2011 Copenhagen) details can be found at:

As there isn’t much time to go, you should Tweet @IntraTeam if you have any questions.

You can come for 1, 2, or 3 days and you get to choose which seminars to attend each day. I managed to book some incredibly relevant seminars, but part of me worries about missing the other seminars that run at the same time! Oh well, the choice is excellent, and it’s good to let people make their own choices.

The best thing you can do is check out the programme for each day and see who is speaking and on what topic. Because I’m a big reader (of blogs and books) I recognise a lot of the names, and so many of my Linked In and Twitter acquaintances are going; it’s just a superb networking event.

Intranet designers and managers from all over the world will attend, and if I’m going, you should too.

Tomorrow I’ll look through the seminars and highlight the names of the intranet heroes I’m looking forward to hearing from. (You don’t have ‘intranet heroes’? That’s just me then!)

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