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How to convince your boss to send you to JAX London 2017

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So you’ve decided to participate at JAX London but you don’t know how to persuade your boss it’s a great idea. Here are our four easy steps to convince your boss to send you to JAX London 2017 this October!

#1: Explain why you want to go to JAX London

JAX London is awesome, but maybe your boss needs more to go on other than “It’s amazing!” Tell them there are over 60 sessions, workshops and keynotes addressing actual trends and best practices and more than 40 international speakers and industry experts.

Tell your boss to take a look at the conference tracks to have a better idea of what this conference is all about. While the schedule is still finalizing, here’s what happened at JAX London last year for a good idea of what awesome things are to come.


#2: Tell them what’s in it for the company

Jax London is an excellent networking opportunity. With dozens of top industry speakers and hundreds of attendees, JAX London means a chance to learn from tech’s top talent. The workshops are meant to help turn ideas into products with the help of the industry’s experts.

Plus, the talks mean a chance to learn everything about the latest trends from people on the cutting edge. Get ahead in business with this inside track!

SEE MORE: 10 software development insights from JAX London 2016

#3: Assure your boss that you will network with top industry experts


Besides the extremely helpful workshops with leading industry experts, JAX London offers you the opportunity to network and connect with them. Every year, JAX London offers an expo reception and a networking event. Both of which are valuable chances to talk in person with the top names in tech.

Networking is important and JAX London gives you the opportunity to mingle. So, time to schmooze with the best!

#4: Show them that you you’ve done your homework — Book your ticket before May 4 and save up to £500

Who doesn’t love to save money? If you book your ticket by May 4, your boss will pay almost £500 less on blind bird tickets. Plus, you will save 30 percent for groups of five people or more. That’s just good sense.


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