The Phenom team is packing up our swag and our party shoes—IAMPHENOM 2020 is right around the corner (March 3–5)!
Get ready for an abundance of inspirational speakers—like Josh Bersin, Colleen Stratton from SEI, Adam Forbes from TE Connectivity, Andrea Euenheim from Metro AG, and many more—and make-your-friends-jealous activities, from morning runs up the Rocky Steps to a party at Reading Terminal Market.
Here are 5 tips to ensure you take full advantage of everything IAMPHENOM has to offer:
1. Download the conference app
Not only will you receive helpful reminders and important announcements, but you can also check out your fellow attendees and make introductions. This is also the best way to keep track of your schedule.
Speaking of which...
2. Plan your schedule
It’s time to pick out your favorite sessions!
You can bookmark sessions through the website and it will create a schedule for you in the IAMPHENOM app—or, just set up your sessions in the app. If you’re not into apps, just use the website for reference. You can always switch sessions!
Tip: You’ll want to log in to your IAMPHENOM account to track your schedule, which you can do on the website or the app. (On the website, click on any session and it will prompt you to log in.)
3. Follow #IAMPHENOM20 on social media
To stay connected to important conversations surrounding IAMPHENOM, follow our hashtag #IAMPHENOM20 on Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram.
You’re welcome to start contributing to the hashtag now! What are you looking forward to? Who are you excited to see? Use this hashtag to let everyone know!
4. Pack your athleticwear
If you’re a morning person and like being active, be sure to bring your running shoes and your yoga pants—we’ll be hosting a yoga session on March 4 and a Rocky Run on March 5. Both events start at 6:30am.
Heck, even if you aren’t active, the Rocky Run is too iconic to miss!
5. Check out offbeat Philly spots
Just by attending IAMPHENOM, you’ll get to check the Rocky Steps and Reading Terminal Market off your list, but that’s not all there is to offer in this city! In fact, Philly is the only U.S. city named in National Geographic's Best Trips to Take in 2020. (And here's why.) It’s always great to check out icons like Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell, but we suggest you also make time for some unusual places.
We’re all looking forward to making this IAMPHENOM one for the history books—and it will be extra special with you there!
Still need to register? Want to bring your team?
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