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TractionForce 2016: a personal invitation from CEO Greg Malpass

June 02, 2016By

Over the last month, the team at Traction on Demand has done such an incredible job promoting TractionForce, our annual business technology event on June 9th here in Vancouver. I wanted to share a bit of my perspective on this event, explain why we do it and what I will be covering in my keynote.

Why should you attend?

It's a non-fiction technology event, which is sadly rare. While the art of the possible is inspiring, what’s lacking at traditional tech conferences are the insights that help us span the gap from where we are to where we want to be. TractionForce, on the other hand, is all about real life lessons and firsthand experiences on how to make technology a strategic part of your business.

Preview to my keynote

Since last year’s event, Traction on Demand has continued to transform; we’ve added over 100 people, grown our revenue 70% and worked with over 750 companies on 1,500+ projects. In every case, we helped them use technology to speed up their processes. The actual projects ranged in size from a two-person shop to the Federal Liberal Party of Canada, representing an entire country. What’s amazing is that when we pull the drone to the right elevation and look at these projects as a whole, we start to gain more profound insights. It's the power of perspective. Please join myself, Andrew Reid from Vision Critical, Ken Sim from Nurse Next Door and many more for a no-nonsense, based-in-reality event that will leave you with more answers, more actions, more optimism and more value. AND we won't charge you a penny for it. I hope you will also consider inviting a colleague or friend. You have my personal word – it'll be worth it. Register now. I look forward to seeing you on June 9th.

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