Additional Resources

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Here, we hope to give you all of the necessary information about the news and media industry and digital technology conferences. Across our website, you’ll find plenty of information regarding when and where these conferences take place, how to register online, where to stay during a meeting, as well as arranging your travel.

Here we’ll list some additional resources you may wish to take advantage of to further your understanding of traveling to and attending a conference.

Newsletters

Signing up for newsletters can be a great way of staying up to date with what’s happening in your industry, as well as finding out about any upcoming conferences that could be of interest to you.

The company you work for will have a newsletter you can read through, while we have one available too, which you should subscribe to for all of the latest information. When you attend a conference, take a look at whether they have a newsletter of their own which can inform you of any future events.

Comparison Sites

Comparison sites are a fantastic resource for checking out all of the different options available to you and helping you to keep any costs down. Comparison sites can be found for just about anything, including any travel arrangements you’ll need to get to the conference, as well as hotels and other accommodation providers while you’re there.

Industry Magazines

It’s always worth considering subscribing to a magazine that’s exclusively about the industry you work in. For instance, if you work in the digital technology sector, subscribing to one of these relevant magazines could keep you informed of any new technological breakthroughs and give you all of the information you need about your industry.

In addition, trade magazines such as this will also regularly have details of any upcoming events both locally and internationally that you may wish to attend, as well as interviews with industry figures who may be present at such conferences.

Word of Mouth

You’ve probably heard this said before, but word of mouth is a brilliant way of learning about upcoming events or anything new and exciting that’s going on.

Talk with your colleagues and see if they’re aware of any new products that may be of interest to you or if they’re registered for any conferences in the near future; you may even be able to tag along with them and secure group booking discounts on travel and accommodation.