TEMPE, Ariz. — The Phoenix Forum has released its 2012 education schedule, now available online at ThePhoenixForum.com.
Each year, the forum brings together some of the brightest minds in the industry to discuss and share ideas covering topics that are both timely and relevant to operating and maintaining a successful online business. Typically well attended, the education sessions also provide attendees a good opportunity to meet and interact with their peers, organizers said.
For added clarity, this year’s sessions are split up into concurrent tracks that utilize a college coursework naming convention. For instance, Business 101 will cover many aspects those who are new to the industry may want to learn about, as well as serve as a refresher for some industry veterans. Likewise, Billing 301 will cover more advanced topics related to that side of the business.
Additionally, as piracy is a topic on the minds of many, this year’s forum will feature a couple of different panels dedicated to the topic. Piracy 101 will look into prevention tools and processes to safeguard content, whereas Piracy 401 will examine some of the larger scale legal and legislative issues.
If you would like to request a spot on one of the panels, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Phoenix Forum runs from March 29 to April 1 at the Tempe Mission Palms Hotel.
More information can be found at here.