UPDATED: Specifics on the Friday and Saturday sessions are now included below, as well as a downloadable registration form.
EMSI is pleased to announce that we will be hosting our first conference at the beautiful Coeur d’Alene Resort in Idaho. The user conference, which is slated for Sept 29-Oct. 1, 2011, will have sessions for all levels of management. It will be a great opportunity to share best practices, meet other EMSI users, hear from the EMSI team, and learn more about the data and new product developments. We also want the conference to include time for networking and enjoying the Pacific Northwest.
If you are interested, please register today (download registration form). We are going to keep this first one on the small side, so check your calendars and get back to us if you are interested. Contact Penny Rench if have any questions.
EMSI Conference – Main Details
Time: Sept. 29-Oct. 1, 2011
Place: Coeur d’Alene, Idaho
1. Best Practices: An opportunity for EMSI users and friends to discuss how they use and apply the data.
2. New Data and Developments: Learn about what EMSI is working on.
3. Networking: Meet with EMSI folk and clients for ideas and feedback.
4. Rest and Relaxation: Enjoy a few days with us in the beautiful Pacific Northwest.
Early registration — $425 per person
This includes most of the food and events.
We are still working out the details, but here is a basic look at what we are thinking:
Thursday afternoon — EMSI Golf Tournament (additional charge)
Thursday evening — Registration and Reception
For Friday we are working on sessions such as:
– Colleges, workforce boards, and economic developers working together — with data
– Program demand analysis 2.0
– Marketing your region
– Analyst 3 — EMSI’s latest and greatest labor market analysis tool
– What’s new with EMSI Data
Meetings will be done by 3:00 so we can have time for networking, enjoying the resort, and visiting with EMSI’s product developers about the new tools.
Friday will also include a dinner cruise on the lake.
Saturday will be a half-day event and will include sessions on:
– EMSI’s new Social Accounting Matrix and what it’s for
– Career Coach 2.0 and some very useful enhancements
– Consulting and Impact Studies – what’s new and next
– How to develop new programs and win grants
– EMSI for HR
– Business services and why they are important
– Targeted industry analysis