One of the taglines we used for mesh is it’s the place to explore and discuss what’s coming over the digital horizon.
It is why we bring in speakers who are actively involved in new ideas, trends and businesses that are changing the digital landscape. These sessions are great food for thought because they’re designed to make you think, explore new angles and consider new and different concepts that are shaping how the Web is evolving.
This year, for example, our keynote speakers – Ryan Carson, JP Rangaswami, Josh Benton and Kyle Monson – will bring you into the fast-moving worlds of education, work, media and brand journalism.
And we’ve got panels focused on the future of money, books, education, politics and travel.
But the other side of mesh is where we deliver panels and workshops that deliver insight and information about how to do your jobs differently or better.
These are hands-on and interactive sessions with a focus on learning, training and education. They are led by people in the trenches who can provide real-world examples and case studies to give you tactical insights, tools and best practices.
For us, success comes when you walk away from of these sessions with inspiration and a list of to-dos when you get back to the office.
This year’s line-up of our get-stuff-done better sessions include Joe Pulizzi (content marketing), Ashley Wilson (email marketing), Scott Lake, Joel Yashinsky and Hessie Jones (social media), Chris Sukornyk, Ray Philipose and Roy Pereira (digital advertising) and Amanda Richardson (presentations).
The bottom line is mesh offers a great one-two punch of strategic thinking and tactical learning, which makes for a great two days.
Pre-registration tickets for mesh are $579. If two days is too much time out of the office, no problem: we have one-day tickets for $399.
Here’s where you can see the complete schedule for mesh, which happens May 15 & 16 at the Allstream Centre in downtown Toronto