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IDBS Blog | 19th July 2018

Why Should I Go to i3 Austin?

In October 2017, we hosted our first ever i3 conference in North America.

We enjoyed the event so much that i3 is back again this year – and this time we’re in Austin!

So, why should you come to our Austin event?

i3 is our premier annual customer event, where we bring together science, IT and R&D business leaders to share ideas, create new insights and advance innovation! Here are just a few of the reasons you should just us in Texas from October 24th-26th:

Valuable education and training

There will be no shortage of opportunities for learning at i3. Don’t miss our breakout sessions and hands-on workshops, including Workflow Management with IDBS, and The Connected Lab: Live Action.

Endless opportunities to network

Learn something new or share a success story! In Austin, you can network with IDBS customers, strategic partners and experts during networking breaks, breakout sessions and think tanks, and at the welcome reception on Wednesday, October 24th

Fun and entertainment

Here at IDBS, we know you work hard, but who says you can’t have a little fun too? Unwind and connect with your peers at our after-hours events on Wednesday and Thursday evening.

Product and strategy updates

Hear from IDBS’ Vice President of Product Strategy regarding the latest updates to E-WorkBook modules, learn about IDBS’ strategic vision for the future, and hear, first-hand, about our technical product roadmap plans.

Innovate for a better future

We are also introducing a handful of innovation sessions designed for learning and discussing existing and future industry challenges.

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