Sage Summit

Sage Summit sessions: Stay tuned for more info

Yesterday morning while I was working on some projects for Cultivate’14, a Tweet caught my eye. Garden Center Magazine shared some data about QR codes in the horticulture industry. It was so interesting, I was going to write a blog post about it when I came to a good stopping… Read more »

Session registration for Sage Summit now open

Update (10:51 a.m.): Team Squeaky Wheel comes through again. Jann Guthridge of Triangle Suspension Systems received an error message when she tried to edit her agenda this morning, and found the going a little tough looking for session information: “Once I logged in, I went to Schedule, then session Schedule… Read more »

Squeak! Sage Summit 2014 session catalog available

Sage Summit 2014

Twelve days. Not bad at all. Just under two weeks ago, the first squeaky wheels were letting the Sage Summit staff know that they were worried that they hadn’t published the session agenda for this year’s conference in Las Vegas. What did this mean? Would there be fewer sessions? Were… Read more »

Team Squeaky Wheel helps improve Sage Summit

It didn’t take long for us to get feedback from our customers about Sage Summit 2014 and the revamped website. Of course, you should probably take into account that I sent an e-mail the morning registration opened to two of our customers asking them to let me know what they… Read more »

Sage Summit 2014: This is not going to stay in Vegas

*thump, thump, thump* Is this thing still on? Ok, I know I’ve been a bit remiss posting the past few weeks. There were a couple of failed attempts at blog posts, but they sort of fell lamely to the side, full of half-finished thoughts and no conclusions. (You know —… Read more »

Partner prices slashed for Sage Summit too

It had just dawned on everyone that Sage Summit 2014 was going to be in Las Vegas at Mandalay Bay. There we were, in the Gaylord National in Washington, D.C., attending Sage Summit back in July, and thoughts were already creeping ahead to the next summer. I had just walked… Read more »

Scams surround trade shows and conferences

I wasn’t surprised when I saw this Tweet last week: Beware of fraudulent housing services claiming to be from Sage Summit. Official housing will only be offered through reg. site in April. — Sage Summit (@Sage_Summit) February 20, 2014 Sage had just announced the hotel prices for Sage Summit 2014… Read more »

Sage offers a chance to drive in style at Sage Summit

I had never heard of this term before today: “Tele-cation.” It’s a combination of “telecommute” and “vacation.” (Read: Saying you’re working from home but you actually take the day off.) The word came up when one of my friends on Facebook said that she would definitely work from home and… Read more »

Prices for Sage Summit are now insane!

There’s nothing worse than going on an incredible week’s vacation to Florida, visiting friends and family across the state, only to wind up sicker than a dog for the first three days of the next week. All I got for Thanksgiving was double pink eye and viral pharyngitis (otherwise known… Read more »

A recap of Sage Summit 2013

The words came out of my mouth before I could stop myself. Vince Stamey, our CEO, missed Sage Summit this year because of a scheduling conflict. (His kids were off being national champions again with their rifle team. Woo-hoo!) When he returned, he asked me if I had learned anything… Read more »