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Tips on getting the most out of the 18th Annual Kansas Energy Conference

11 months ago | Sep 19, 2017
By: Olga Khakova
The Kansas Energy Conference is next week - let's start planning!

Whether you're flying in from across the nation or driving across Kansas, with limited time to network and learn at the conference we want to make sure your time is well spent.

Here are 10 tips on making the most of your time at the 18th Annual Kansas Energy Conference
  1. Check out the bios on who will be presenting at this year's conference.
  2. Set up an-out-of-office email responder and reschedule calls so you can fully enjoy the Kansas Energy Conference without distractions
  3. Decide which breakout sessions you're attending ahead of time. Here is the full agenda.
  4. Stay for the Tuesday evening reception and make new connections.
  5. Bring plenty of business cards! There will be about 230 energy professionals attending. Bonus tip: when meeting someone new jot down details of your conversation on the back of their business card, you'll be glad you did after dozens of conversations.
  6. Sign up for the pre-conference Kingman Wind Energy Center Tour on September 25th 12pm-4pm $35. Space is very limited, contact
  7. Post your conference pictures and thoughts on social media, tag Clean Energy Business Council (#CleanEnergy4Biz) and Kansas Department of Commerce (#KansasCommerce).
  8. Sign up to attend the post-conference Distributed Generation WorkshopSeptember 27th 12pm-5pm (free for all conference attendees).
  9. Fill out the session evaluations and enter a drawing which will take place around 11:30am on September 27th.
  10. And of course get plenty of rest, water, and nutritious food!
What did we miss? We'd love to hear if you have additional pointers.

See you in Wichita!


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