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9 Tips for Surviving and Getting the Most out of INBOUND 2015

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Sabrina Son

Sabrina is the editor in chief for TINYpulse news. She's dipped her toes into various works of writing — from retail copywriter to magazine editor. Her work's been featured in Forbes, Bloomberg BNA, and Tech.co.

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Optimized-iStock_000061142260_Small.jpgFostering an organizational culture of innovation involves sending your employees out to learn from industry experts. And this time around, we’re sending out our team to learn from the best of the best at HubSpot’s INBOUND conference.

But with such a large venue and an amazing agenda, it’s easy to get overwhelmed at the conference. Here are some great tips from a veteran INBOUNDer on how to survive the conference:

#1. INBOUND 2015 app: Build and organize your agenda to make sure you’re not missing out on any awesome panels.

#2. MyBCEC app: Find the quickest and shortest routes with this app, which features an interactive map for each floor of the convention center so you don’t waste time hunting for rooms. If the next session you’re planning to attend has reached its room capacity, the doors will be shut. Tweet: Download the MyBCEC app to help navigate the #Boston Convention Center during #INBOUND15 http://bit.ly/1N66rue via @TINYpulse

#3. Uber or Lyft app: You’ll most likely get lost once or twice. Make sure you have these apps so you can get to the conference on time.

#4. Leave if you’re not learning: If the session you’re attending isn’t useful, you’re not learning anything, or the material was already covered in another session, then leave. Tweet: Forget being polite — leave the session if you're not learning anything #INBOUND15 http://bit.ly/1N66rue via @TINYpulse

#5. Cut out from Q&A sessions: Don’t stick around just to be polite. If you need to get dip out and run to your next session, just go.

#6. Go to sessions run by HubSpot employees: HubSpot is extremely tactical with their strategies. These have the most utility to them.

#7. Record the sessions: Record the audio from the session so you can listen to it later. Tweet: Record the audio from the panel so you can listen to it later #INBOUND15 http://bit.ly/1N66rue via @TINYpulse

#8. Avoid lunch lines: No one wants to stand in line. Leave during the Q&A session to get first dibs on food. Tweet: Leave during the Q&A to avoid the long lines during lunch #INBOUND15 http://bit.ly/1N66rue via @TINYpulse

#9. Divide and conquer: If you’re going with a teammate, coordinate your agendas. Split up the panels so there’s not much repetition or overlap between the two.

Yours truly will be there live tweeting and blogging all the great action that will be taking place (so look out for that!).

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