18 years ago
As you are aware, the SolidWorks World Conference is fast approaching. I am
looking forward to the conference returning to it's glory days - the venue,
the duration, the number of great sessions, and the terrific activities.
Historically, the conference is attended by a very small percentage of
SolidWorks users, and I would really like to know why. I realize that
economic issues can be a restriction, as well as the time spent away from
the office. But even taking these things into account, please consider the
If you've never attended, what are the reasons? What would make SolidWorks
World a "must attend" event for you.
For those of you that have been to one (or more) of the conferences, what
more would you like to see? What would make SolidWorks World a no-brainer to
attend. Is there one thing (and hey, go off the deep end here if you like)
that you really think would make it very special?
Thanks everyone. SolidWorks is listening to this thread carefully. I am
confident that this group can come up with some wonderful ideas, and even if
they don't happen this year - perhaps we'll see some of our wishes in the
future. You may respond here for all to see, or if you would rather reply to
me personally, please do not hesitate.
SWUGN - Southern Region Rep