Ten Reasons to come to MuseumNext
Over the past decade, MuseumNext has grown to become a must attend event for museum professionals around the globe.
Here are a few reasons that people keep coming back.
Game Changing Speakers
You don’t want to miss out on an opportunity to hear and interact with some of the best and brightest minds in the museum sector. Get ready to learn from their vast experiences.
Real Actionable Advice
We don’t promise to solve all your worldly challenges, but you can deep dive into case studies, speak with smart people and challenge your current way of thinking.
A Networking Opportunity You Can’t Pass Up
Meet the best and brightest. In as little as 5 minutes, you can learn a lot from picking the brain’s of our speakers and your fellow delegates.
Partnerships and friendships that span the globe have been started or cemented at MuseumNext. Get the connections that you need for the next stage of your career.
The Energy of Like-Minded Individuals
There’s nothing like being in a room of like-minded people. Other people who are willing to take time out and “better” themselves.
Learn where to focus your time and energy to see results
Rather than going through a lot of trial and error, learn from the experience of leading museum professionals from around the world.
Space to Think
Think about the challenges that you are facing in your work and how stepping away from your desk for a couple of days could bring new energy to your work.
New Tools and Trends
Whether on the expo floor, in a presentation or on a museum visit. You’ll get your hands on the newest tools and learn about the latest trends to keep your museum ahead of the pack.
You’ll leave MuseumNext with a notebook packed with new ideas and fresh thinking to share with your colleagues.
I’m not sure this is the most important of all these ten reasons, but I didn’t want to leave it off the list. MuseumNext is a lot of fun…
Don’t miss your chance to attend.
‘Far and away one of the best conferences for the sector I’ve been to.‘
Christopher Salter, Deputy Director, Museum of Brisbane