Educon 2022 is upon us and I would love to represent [workplace] in New Orleans, June 5-8, 2022.
The EduCon program provides attendees with relevant and actionable insights to help solve our company’s most significant challenges and embrace change in a dramatically shifting landscape.
I’ll hear from popular business events leaders and enjoy workshops designed to address some of the industry’s challenges, like – Diversity and Inclusion, Leadership Development, Creativity and Innovation. [Explain how one session or activity is particularly relevant to your role or organization.]
I’ll also have the chance to network with industry influencers and cultivate key business relationships that will benefit [workplace] now and in the future.
The total company investment for my participation is approximately $XXX. An estimated cost breakdown is as follows:
[Include what is applicable based on in-person or digital attendance.]
Meals and incidentals:
I’m excited to discuss this with you and answer any questions you might have. I’m confident the knowledge I’ll gain and the contacts I’ll make at EduCon 2022 will be a worthwhile investment.
Thank you for your consideration.
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JOURNEY TO EDUCON 2021
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