GIA Conference Chicago, October 27-29, 2014

Theme:       Intelligence with Impact

Dates:         October 27-29, 2014

Venue:        Hard Rock Hotel, Chicago, USA

Program:    Download the Conference Brochure

The 2014  GIA Conference in Chicago was yet another sell-out event, with over 100 anticipants giving the best practices sharing and networking two thumbs up. The overall conference was rated an incredible 4.5 out of a maximum of 5.

Some feeback from participants

Here is what they had to say:

“Truly a great conference. Great agenda, content, and presenters. Thank you.”

“The opportunity to learn from fellow practitioners, GIA best practice knowledge and valuable insights by the presenters. Most topics were relevant to my role, and I walked away with many ideas, “to-dos” to apply at my company. It was nice that GIA tried to make the sessions fun (loved the “Intelligence Show” with Troy!), interactive and memorable. Very different from other, “stuffy” conferences I’ve attended.

“I like the relevance of the topics to what I do (or am trying to do) on a day-to-day basis as well as the long term vision of MI and CI. The continued focus on real world practitioners, best practices, open communication, etc. 

“The quality and amount of presenters/speakers were fantastic. I liked getting ideas from such a vast arrays of industries. Opportunities to network and learn from other organizations at different stages of developing their MI functions. Sharing ideas and best practices ”

“I loved the openness and honesty that everyone brought to the conference. The networking opportunities with peers. Nice to see that everyone is open to sharing their experience and provide insight/best practices to help you.”

“As always, the networking was fantastic. Every year, I meet new people and get great ideas. – (a) the quality of attendees/ participants (b) the discussion on MI from different industry perspectives (c) very objective contribution.”

100% participants would recommended the event for you

On a scale of 1 to 5, the general assessment for the event was:

Overall conference satisfaction 4.8
Rating the conference against other similar conferences 4.7 
Overall satisfaction 4.8
Networking 4.8 
Pre-conference workshops 4.5
Relevance of content 4.4
Conference Chairman Facilitation

Like previous years, a full 100% of attendees would recommend GIA Conferences to others.