3 must-do activities at SpiceWorld 2022

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Here at GoTo, we’re all about making IT easy. We are the only all-in-one solution for essential connections and provide all the business communications and IT support software you need to easily connect and support employees and customers.

So, it’s only fitting, that we show up at the “must attend” conference for IT professionals. This year SpiceWorld will be hybrid with virtual and in-person attendees, held September 28 – 30, 2022 in Austin, Texas.

Heading to Austin next month? Here are your 3 must-dos from the GoTo team.

Event Tips

  1. Prepare a short list of questions: Use your time wisely and make a game plan for the booths you would like to visit. What are the three things you would like to know that will help you compare and contrast software offerings?

  2. Experience a live demo: Isn’t a visual worth a thousand words? See products live in action with the experienced staff on-site. And have your short list of follow-up questions ready to go.

  3. Look for rewards: We know your time is valuable, and perhaps the content is reward enough. But why not sweeten the pot? Keep an eye out for prizes — this event is meant to be fun! For example, you can win an Oculus VR set by attending a GoTo speaking session. You can also fuel up throughout the day with complementary snacks and beverages. GoTo will be hosting a happy hour on September 28 from 5 to 8 pm, and popcorn on September 29 from 9:20 am to 4 pm. 

Pro tip: If you’re looking for directions, look up and down for booth numbers and aisle numbers. Finally, make sure you dress for comfort. Wear comfortable shoes for walking and standing and pack an additional layer to stay warm in the exhibit hall. 

GoTo, formerly known as LogMeIn, is ready to show up to these exciting events in a brand new, bright yellow way. We can’t wait to meet you.

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