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3 reasons you can’t miss IBM Think 2019

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Think 2019Business has changed. And it’s going to continue to change.

In this new age of rapid innovation, it’s essential to understand how the latest technologies will impact your industry. Organizations that wait to embrace transformation are finding themselves on the wrong side of disruption.

IBM is determined to help its clients and partners harness this disruption as a force for success.

That’s why this February in San Francisco, IBM is putting together a one-of-a-kind technology and business event for you and your team. It’s designed to sharpen your skills, provide hands-on experience with the latest technology and extend your professional network. Thousands of technologists and business leaders will come together to network and learn.

You won’t want to miss this event, but for those who still aren’t convinced, here are the three biggest reasons to attend IBM Think 2019.

  1. Training. Perhaps the best reasons to attend Think 2019 are the many educational opportunities. With an astounding 1,000 labs, more than 1,000 professional certification opportunities and more than 250 deep-dive technical sessions on hot-button topics such as open source, multicloud and artificial intelligence, you and your team can improve your skills.
  1. Networking. Think 2019 will bring together the greatest minds in technology and business from across the world. This is your chance to rub shoulders with executives, developers, famous athletes and university researchers. No matter your industry, you’ll get the chance to hear from its leaders. Guests include representatives from Whirlpool, Loreal, Red Hat, Daimler and many more.
  1. Fun. How often to you get to hear from a leading MIT robotics researcher, professional skater Tony Hawk and former NFL quarterback Joe Montana at one event? For the geek in all of us, there will be exciting sessions on everything from AI to quantum computing. And, for the giddy fan in everyone, there will be champion athletes and renowned researchers. It’s going to be a lot of fun.

Attending this event will be great for your business and your career. Don’t wait. Be sure to register today.

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