Higher Logic’s Fall Lineup of Speaking Engagements Reinforces Tech Industry’s Commitment to Strengthening Online Communities

“We are seeing a major increase in interest on the part of enterprises, associations and nonprofits in how to use online communities to deepen engagement with their customers and members.”

Higher Logic today announced it will be participating in a series of speaking engagements at tech conferences around the world during the fall of 2017. In addition to the company’s 8th annual Higher Logic Super Forum, a national conference of the Higher Logic User Group, taking place October 15-17, 2017, at the Renaissance Capital View Hotel in Arlington, Va., members of the Higher Logic team will be speaking at five events in the U.S. and Europe, including The Big DC Growth Summit, Techweek D.C., CEX, Memberwise and NYSAE.

“We are seeing a major increase in interest on the part of enterprises, associations and nonprofits in how to use online communities to deepen engagement with their customers and members in ways that strengthen relationships, encourage greater loyalty, streamline business processes, and generate additional revenue,” said Rob Wenger, Higher Logic CEO. “We welcome the opportunity to share our experience and insights into how organizations of every size and in every industry can leverage communities to gain or maintain competitive advantage, along with best practices around building a community or taking better advantage of an existing one.”

Higher Logic’s fall 2017 speaking engagements include:

  • The Big DC Growth Summit, Oct. 3, 2017, Arlington Va. – Higher Logic CEO Rob Wenger will join a panel discussion on best paths to drive growth.
  • Techweek D.C., Oct. 6, 2017, Washington, D.C. – Higher Logic Chief Marketing Officer Hunter Montgomery will join a panel discussion on “Customer Acquisition for the Enterprise.” Co-panelists include executives from Axios and EverFi. Moderated by Jeff Reid, Founding Director, Entrepreneurship Initiative, and Professor of the Practice of Entrepreneurship, McDonough School of Business, Georgetown University.
  • CEX: The Association Component Exchange, Oct. 13, 2017, Arlington, Va. – Higher Logic President Andy Steggles will speak on “Relevance – Journey Mapping the Member Experience at the Chapter Level,” a discussion of how to help chapters be relevant and complement the value proposition…

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