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Five Reasons Why You Should Attend ImageCon 2019

Jana Lass
By Jana Lass
The Five Reasons Why You Should Attend ImageCon 2019

ImageCon, the ultimate event for digital media is back and promises to be better than ever. Hundreds of developers, creatives, and marketing professionals will gather May 1-2 at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco.

Wondering what you will get out of ImageCon? Here are our top 5 reasons you won’t want to miss it!

1. Content

The content of the event is incredible, with a jam-packed agenda that features presentations and sessions dedicated to the trends, operating procedures, and processes for digital media. You’ll learn a lot and come away inspired from:

  • Twelve Cloudinary specific workshops on subjects that span from workflow automation to best practices for managing visual media
  • Presentations by industry experts from Killer Infographics, Microsoft, Smashing Magazine, and other famed enterprises that will show you how to create, maintain, and deliver dynamite visual stories.
  • Intriguing talks that focus on the future of digital media, including their new formats, and the ethics of imagery.

2. Location

From the ding-ding of the cable cars to the iconic beauty of the Golden Gate Bridge and charming Victorian buildings, San Francisco is known for its impressive landscape (and hills!) and historic architecture. Check out the notable places that await your sightseeing pleasure.

San Francisco

3. Networking

Participating in the event are industry and digital-media experts you’ll be happy to meet, compare notes with, and forge lasting connections. Mix and mingle with other developers, executives, and architects from a variety of leading companies including Amazon Web Services, AMC Theatres, Finalsite, Google, Jane.com, and StubHub.

Networking

4. Venue

The renowned Palace Hotel, a San Francisco landmark, offers world-class, luxurious facilities, amenities, and service. Built in 1875, the hotel is situated in a premium location downtown.

Palace Hotel

5. The Party

Last year’s party was LEGEN…Wait for it...DARY and featured everything from nitrogen ice cream to a larger-than-life Connect 4 dance competition. We are upping the stakes with this year’s party and there will be plenty of surprises that you won’t want to miss!

Barney Stinson

Bonus Reason: Do Good!

Cloudinary will donate a portion of the ticket proceeds to Girls Who Code, an outstanding nonprofit organization we’re proud to have supported for years. By joining ImageCon 2019, you’ll be part of that worthwhile cause, too.

Girls Who Code

So, don’t wait and register pronto. Early-bird passes at $100 off are available through April 1. We hope to see you there!

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