Dell World 2012

Posted: January 30, 2013 in Uncategorized
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Happy 2013!  I totally ended the year with a Bang and have been so busy catching up with everything. I’m just now getting around to writing about a couple of great events I attended during the end of the year.  One of my favorites was definitely Dell World 2012 which was held at the Austin Convention Center Dec. 11-13th.  I must let it be known that #Iwork4dell so I may be a little biased but it’s definitely an event I would recommend to anyone.  

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This was only the 2nd time that they’ve had Dell World but I would have sworn that they’ve been doing it for years.  There were many great sessions that consisted of Brand Managers explaining certain products and or services.  There were also many Customers sharing their experiences and best practices.  Most were very candid and shared their opinions about what they liked and disliked.  Of course there was a petting zoo with many of the Cool new Dell Products and many vendors showing off their products as well.  

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The Highlights for me were really getting to rub shoulders with some big wigs.  I took a picture with our CEO Michael Dell and chatted with him for a minute.  I also sat down for a few Social Media Sessions, which were all great, but the one where “Freakonomics” Authors Steve Dubner and Steve Levitt sat in on were extra special for me.  The biggest highlight I would have to say was being able to see President Bill Clinton Speak about his Foundation and then answer questions from Michael Dell.  It was truly a special moment.  I can’t wait to go next year!!

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