A couple years ago, more than a few people—including some of my staff—asked me why Rosenfeld Media wasn’t producing conferences.
With a derisive hand-wave, I crabbed that they weren’t worth the bother. We’d tried a few things, and long story short, I didn’t see the value. “We’ve reached peak UX conference.”
Well, when I’m wrong, I like to go big. Fortunately, those people didn’t listen to me and, in fact, persuaded me that the UX conference business was indeed worth pursuing. We’re about to hold our second Enterprise UX conference, which just might outdo our very successful freshman effort. We’re producing more virtual events (here’s an example), and we also organized our first Advance Retreat earlier this year.
There’s lots going on here, and we need help. Not just with conferences, but with managing our business of connecting UX experts who teach courses with corporate clients.
If you’re someone who strides event management, user experience design, and sales—or who thinks they could—let’s talk. Here’s the position description; have a look, and if it’s up your alley, apply by May 22. Hope to hear from you!
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