Build powerful connections at Adobe Summit
It wouldn’t be Adobe Summit without ample opportunities to build new professional relationships — and this year’s virtual event is no exception.
On the Connect section of the Summit website, Summit attendees will find a variety of ways to engage with fellow Experience Makers, including Adobe insiders, customers, and industry leaders who are redefining the way we all do business. From live Q&As with Adobe experts to live in-session chats and peer-to-peer conversations, registrants can gain targeted insights from a host of innovators and creators.
“At Adobe Summit, everyone has something to share,” says Julie Luster, event marketing manager at Adobe. “Through Connect, attendees can harness the power of that collective wisdom — and grow their professional circles while learning from one another.”
Here are three ways you’ll be able to connect at Summit.
1. Participate in virtual conversations
This year, the Braindate platform will facilitate three types of virtual conversations:
- One-on-one conversations (scheduled for 20 minutes)
- Small group conversations for up to 7 people (scheduled for 45 minutes)
- “Fishbowl” conversations led by Summit Network Ambassadors
These clubhouse-style Fishbowl sessions are new in 2022, and they’re designed for maximum knowledge sharing, with up to four speakers and 16 observers. Attendees may switch from being speakers to observers at any time, making for a unique interactive experience.
“Fishbowl conversations will give Summit attendees a chance to learn firsthand from Adobe experts,” said Luster. “These are the people who can really dig into even the most niche, product-related topics — experts who can ensure attendees walk away with all of their questions answered.”
2. Engage with Adobe product experts
In addition to participating in peer-to-peer learning, attendees can submit questions for Adobe experts ahead of the event — and then get answers in live Q&A sessions at Summit.
“People come to Summit to learn how to do even more with the Adobe solutions they’re using right now,” said Mike Stiles, senior corporate event manager at Adobe. “Live Q&As with Adobe experts will give people an opportunity to ask those questions and start conversations so they can take experiences even further.”
Summit participants can drop by the virtual Connect hub to participate in Q&As with Adobe experts and learn from fellow attendees’ questions, comments, and challenges. While you’re there, browse customer success stories for even more inspiration and expert strategies.
3. Live chat during Summit sessions
While all sessions and keynotes will be available on demand, participating live gives attendees a chance to engage with session speakers in real time.
“Come prepared with your burning questions, get clarity on themes and topics, or dig deeper on presenters’ presentations,” Stiles said. “This is a fantastic opportunity to connect with top-level influencers and decision-makers.”
Adobe Summit 2022 attendees can sign up to connect with peers through Braindate. Once you’ve registered, you’ll be able to browse existing topics, create new topics, and begin engaging fellow platform users. Peer conversations, small group meetings, and Fishbowls can be scheduled anytime through March 17.
Register for Adobe Summit now and start creating dynamic connections with attendees, Adobe insiders, and more.