Alt Winter 2015 Recaps Part Two

What do you love most about Alt Summit? Is it the inspiring speakers? The amazing community?The opportunity to network with brands? Or all of the above? In today’s recap round up, first-time Alt Summit attendees tell us and one even created a video of her experience, starting with checking in to the Grand America Hotel. 

Alt Chat Wednesday: Getting Comfortable with Discomfort

The week after Alt Summit can be overwhelming as we sit and look at pages of inspiration and lists of actions we feel we must take. Join us today at 9AM PST / 12 PM EST on Twitter for our weekly #AltChat to ease back into your post-Alt reality. We’ll be chatting about embracing the unknown and offering each other tips for moving forward.

Alt Winter 2015 Photos

Working on your post-Alt Summit Winter 2015 recaps and looking for the photos taken by our long-time photographers Justin Hackworth and Brooke Dennis? Here’s how to access them from One Drive along with how to retrieve photos from the Flannel Disco mini party photo booth.

Alt Summer 2015 Registration Now Open

Miss out on Alt Summit Winter 2015? Here is your chance to grab a ticket to our second annual summer flagship event. Act now for early bird pricing and get your ticket at $495 (a savings of $130 off the regular price of $625). Early bird pricing ends Friday, January 30, 2015 so don’t wait!

Below are answers to a couple of common questions. 

Friday Links: Making Brand Partnerships Look Easy

As much as Alt is about reconnecting with friends, making new ones, and finding support among likeminded people, it is also about connecting with brands and building in person relationships.

Here are five Alt alumni who make it look easy everyday.

Conferences 101: You Get What You Give

This is your conference, this is your year, this is all about you and the choice that you made to attend Alt this winter. We have done our best to collect great speakers, gather the most valuable information, and assemble amazing sponsors eager for collaboration, but you are the only one in charge of what you really take away from the experience.

Here are three things you can do to get the most from your experience.