Convince your Boss to Join Us at ICEC USA in Orlando!
NEED HELP ASKING YOUR BOSS TO ATTEND ICEC USA? GET THE GO-AHEAD USING THESE TIPS!
You’ve done your research and recognized attending ICEC USA will help you learn, develop, and advance in your career—now it’s time to convince your boss to agree to send you! Focus on what you'll bring back to the team and the value beyond your day-to-day responsibilities. Keep it short, powerful, and organization- or team-focused. Resources include:
5 TIPS TO MAKE IT HAPPEN
When crafting your plan, think about the bottom line: Why should the organization budget for your trip, and what's the return on the investment?
- Determine the value. Show specifics on how your attendance will impact current projects, inspire knowledge, and eliminate obstacles.
- Be solutions driven. What issues pop up again and again? List exhibitors who can provide the solutions your organization needs.
- Note the educational sessions you’d like to attend
- Provide a post-event rundown. Offer to deliver a short presentation or write up on your key takeaways.
- Plan for your absence. Whether it’s working ahead or tapping a colleague to help, explain how your time away is covered.
No other event puts you in direct contact with as many companies and industry leaders as ICEC USA. There are many reasons to attend, but here are some important points to present to your boss:
- Discover smart solutions and innovations: Connect with experts from leading companies and see the latest trends and innovative solutions
- Inventive education: An unparalleled opportunity to learn about the latest technologies and implementations.
- Get access to leaders and professionals: Not only are our networking events fun, they also create an unparalleled environment to meet and make meaningful connections with your peers, find potential business partners, and connect with industry experts ready to solve your toughest challenges.
SAMPLE LETTER TO MANAGEMENT
Download a sample letter to use as a starting point while conveying the importance of the event to your boss.