It’s finally that time. DigitalXChange is only a few days away, and we couldn’t be more excited to welcome you to Boston for the premier digital quality conference. But, before you head on over to the Revere Hotel Boston Common, there are a couple of things you need to know.
Mobile App: Full sessions, abstracts, and speakers can be found in our mobile app. Download the CrowdCompass “Attendeehub” app in the App Store or Play Store, then search and download the “DigitalXChange” event.
Dress Code: Dress code for the event is business casual. Make sure to pack some business cards for your trip too!
Weather: The forecast calls for partly cloudy skies on Tuesday, with a high of 75° and a low of 63°. Day two of the conference might see some early rain showers with a high of 68° and low of 61°.
Registration: Pre-registration on October 1 is located in the hotel lobby and will take place 4-7pm. Registration during the event will be located in the north building and will be open during all event hours.
Agenda: The event will officially kick off with a breakfast from 8-9am on Monday, after which Applause founder and CEO Doron Reuveni will deliver the opening keynote. Day one is filled with morning keynotes, plenty of breakout sessions, and popular YouTuber and film director Casey Neistat will close out day one in the featured keynote presentation. Day two gets started with a keynote by Affectiva founder and CEO Rana el Kaliouby. You can view the full agenda here. You can also find it in the event mobile app.
Room Layout: There are four main rooms you need to know for DigitalXChange. Liberty Hall will host the event keynotes and mainstage sessions. Lunch, breakfast, coffee, and refreshments will be served in the Silver Ballroom. The breakout sessions take place in the adjoining building to Liberty Hall and Silver Ballroom. Track I of the breakouts can be found in Grandmaster I, and Track II will take place in Grandmaster II.
Explore Boston: DigitalXChange ‘18 takes place in one of America’s most historic cities. Don’t miss this chance to explore America’s rebellious spirit. You can find amazing attractions like the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, take a walk on the Freedom Trail, catch a game at Fenway Park, or stop by Trillium Brewing Company for some of the best beer around. There are even more great places to visit, so plan accordingly!