During the week of October 22-25, our sales and marketing teams flew across the country for the DevLearn Conference and Expo in Las Vegas. DevLearn is North America’s leading event focused on learning technologies. Learning Tribes was a sponsor and exhibitor for the second year in a row.
DevLearn was better than ever this year with keynotes from prominent figures like Julie Snyder, co-creator of the Serial podcast, Dr. Ayanna Howard, an educator in Robotics and AI, and Lynda Barry, an award-winning author. These captivating keynotes inspired the audience to expand their way of thinking to make room for creativity and innovation in learning. The sessions and workshops showcased effective strategies, successful case studies, and useful tips and tricks.
Our spacious booth, in its sleek and minimal design, attracted a lot of people looking to learn more about our brand and services. One of our main objectives was to showcase Triboo, our Learning Experience Platform, at the forefront of our product offerings. Our team spoke to training managers, L&D directors, instructional designers and more, in industries ranging from finance to telecom. Many were impressed with our platform demos, AR, and messenger learning capabilities. We also had people sit down with us for a #LearningChat, an interview series about each attendees’ DevLearn experience.
On day 2, we hosted a session titled #LearningLikeTribes in which our VP of Business Development, Dan Gizzi, told a story about a young millennial and his professional evolution from a team player to a tribe member. Dan, with 20 years of experience coaching and mentoring teams in L&D, talked about the key differences between teams and tribes. With his storytelling approach, he was able to show (not tell!) our audience how nurturing a team to become a tribe is the best way to be effective. We had a great turnout – thank you to all who came!
All in all, DevLearn was a success for us. Our team planned for months and the vision came to life in a major way. We enjoyed meeting and speaking with prospective clients and partners. If you didn’t get a chance to stop by our booth and would still like to chat, contact us for some one-on-one time with a Solutions Director.