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Webinar: Future Proofing Your Career: How to Stay Relevant in the Age of Automation
January 23 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm CSTFREE
Join Social Tables Founder and CEO, Dan Berger, as he reveals the unexpected ways technology has impacted the career trajectories of event professionals worldwide. Discover innovative methods to advance professionally, despite these new challenges. Finally, learn the four simple strategies that will help you manage these changes, and succeed as an event strategist.
- Understand the way technology has impacted our careers
- Discover opportunities to advance our professional development
- Examine strategies to manage these changes
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Presenter Dan Berger is the Founder and CEO of the Washington, D.C.-based Social Tables. The award-winning software platform has been used to source, plan and execute nearly 2 million events since 2011. The company has 4,500 customers. It has been recognized as one of the best places to work in the D.C. area by the Washington Post and SmartCEO. Social Tables has won numerous recognitions, including Best Industry Innovation from the International Live Events Association and one of the most innovative companies in live events by Fast Company.
Dan has been recognized as an industry and tech leader by BizBash, Event Solutions, Washingtonian, MeetingsNet, Successful Meetings, and others. He most recently received the honorable Pacesetter Award from the Event Industry Council and was named one of the most influential leaders in the meetings industry in 2016 by Successful Meetings for the second year in a row. He volunteers with several industry organizations, including the Event Industry Council and the Philadelphia Convention and Visitor Bureau.
Prior to Social Tables, Dan worked in management consulting, ran a large association, worked for a Member of Congress, and built websites for several startups. Dan has a BA from Hunter College and an MBA from Georgetown. He was born in Israel, grew up in NYC, and lives in DC with his dog, Leroy.