10 Reasons Customers Love Attending Collaborate

Our third annual user conference, Collaborate 2020, will be held virtually and offered for free! Even though we’re not meeting in a physical space this year, we’ve reimagined this exciting event so that we can still deliver the same valuable and engaging experience to our customers in North America, Europe, and Asia. 

"Collaborate is the biggest thought leadership event focusing on the future of work,” says Wrike Founder and CEO Andrew Filev. “This year, we’re going virtual, which is apt for the focus of the conference. We want to dedicate this event to the ‘Next Normal,’ which is remote work in a hybrid workspace environment. This will be a truly immersive online experience with industry leaders, where you can learn how to grow your business, maximize performance, and improve customer experiences by working as one.”

At last year’s event in Nashville and London, we asked customers what they found most valuable about Collaborate and why they’d recommend it to their fellow Wrike users. Here are their top 10 reasons to attend this event: 

1. Discover new ways you can use Wrike

2. Connect with leaders across industries

“At Wrike Collaborate, I was able to rub shoulders with not only Wrike staff, but innovators across different industries. The ability to collaborate with this group was extremely valuable. The opportunity to problem-solve pain points, discuss best practices, and receive insight on how to best use the Wrike platform returned unmeasurable benefits. I left Collaborate with ideas and thoughts on how to improve our internal processes, how to facilitate staff training, how to be more transparent with our stakeholders, and how to improve our team members’ Wrike knowledge.” — Ryan Nelson, Controller, Entrust Disability Services

3. Get reenergized about using and leading with Wrike

4. Uncover new strategies you can implement

“Wrike Collaborate has been one of the best conference experiences I have participated in both as an attendee and presenter. Collaborate has connected me to like-minded individuals trying to improve their organizations’ project management capabilities in new and unique ways using Wrike at the core of their processes. I saw examples and implementations of strategies that we have now implemented in our company to make use even better.” — Ryan Okelberry, Principal/COO, House of Design

5. See how users overcame challenges you’re also facing



6. Develop new skills in a hands-on environment

“Wrike Collaborate is a conference that you don’t want to miss out on! Every time I’ve attended, I have brought back incredibly valuable information to my company — whether it’s how to improve processes, increase productivity, or learning how to apply new project management techniques within our Wrike account. It’s an excellent opportunity for everyone to learn how they can significantly improve their day-to-day work life by seeing hands-on what other Wrikers are doing to change the way we project manage!” — Sherrie Besecker, Digital Program Manager, GSW (a Syneos Health Company)

7. Find inspiration from keynotes and customers



8. Attend valuable conference sessions

“The 2019 Wrike Collaborate conference in Nashville was a fantastic opportunity to meet, network, engage, and learn from both the great people at Wrike and their fantastic client base. The main session provided inspiring speakers and a great vision for where Wrike is going. The breakout sessions were quite diverse in their offerings and packed with useful actionable info. But most of all, the Ambassador Council I had the honor of attending was the most informative and made me truly excited on where Wrike is going and why I’m so excited to be part of the Wrike community.” — Phil Snyder, Vice President, Technology, ProPack

9. Have collaborative discussions with your peers



10. Celebrate your own Wrike accomplishments

“Speaking at Wrike Collaborate was a great experience as it gave me and my co-presenter the opportunity to review what we had achieved with Wrike to date, how we had done it, and recognize and improve little things with Wrike along the way.” — Julia Marber, Production Manager, Demand Center, Clarivate Analytics

Register today, for free!

Become a part of our Collaboration Nation at no cost to you or your organization. Learn new skills, gain new insights, and make new connections. Register now, and we’ll see you at Collaborate 2020 on October 20–22!

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