DP Technology Announces 2020 Esprit World Conference Dates
Esprit World 2020 will be held in Las Vegas, the location of the company’s first conference in 2003.
DP Technology, the parent company of the Esprit CAM system, has announced the 2020 dates for its annual user conference. Esprit World 2020 will be held June 8-12 in Las Vegas, the location of the company’s first conference in 2003.
In 2020, DP Technology is taking a “back-to-basics” approach to the event. By focusing more on client training, DP Technology aims to refocus its meeting to emphasize hands-on software training with Esprit engineers. “As we revisit Las Vegas 17 years later, it seems fitting that we return to our origins and focus on the face time and interactivity that made us successful,” says Paul Ricard, co-founder and president of DP Technology.
While Esprit World 2020, to be held at the famous Flamingo Hotel, will include a number of keynote speakers, the primary focus will be on product training and education. Multiple training tracks are expected to ensure machinists and specialists of all industries and skill levels can benefit from attendance. Classes, workshops and one-on-one sessions led by Esprit engineers offer opportunities to explore the software’s capabilities as it relates to their attendees’ own industries.
In addition to speakers and in-person training, attendees can anticipate favorite events like sports night and a “secret” special nighttime event, the details of which remain under wraps until the last minute.
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