STC Technical Communication Summit and Expo 2017

Date
2017-05-07 - 2017-05-10
Exhibitors
40
Attendees
600
Event contact title
Interim COO
Event contact first name
Stacey
Event contact last name
O'Donnell
Email
stacey.odonnell@stc.org
Event contact telephone number
+1 (571) 366-1915
Description

STC’s Technical Communication Summit is the premier conference for technical communication education and networking. The conference attracts over 600 attendees and 40 exhibitors during a 3 day period and brings together like minded individuals to grow in their knowledge of the technical communication field. The 2017 Summit takes place 7-10 May at the Gaylord National Resort in Washington, DC. The Summit kicks off Sunday evening with an opening keynote speaker and the Welcome Reception in the Expo Hall. The 2017 theme is ‘Gain the Edge to Get Results,’ which will be reflected in the overall program of events as well as individual education sessions.

Attendee information
What Interests STC Conference Attendees: Technical Communication Software • CAD Software • Consulting Services • Database Development • Distance Learning • Freelance Services • HTML/XML • Indexing • Information Design • ISO 9000 • Multimedia • Online Documentation • Project Management • Research • Translation Services • Visual Design While participating in the Summit, attendees expect to learn new job skills, network with like-minded individuals, and receive the tools they need to be successful in their careers.
Exhibitor information
The STC Summit is a must-attend event for technical communication professionals from around the world. With 60 years of success under its belt, some of the most recognized names in technical communication give presentations, participate in panel discussions, and provide insight into where the profession is going.
Future dates
2019–5-8 May in Denver, CO 2018–20-23 May in Orlando, FL

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