As mentioned in my previous post, I was a speaker and attendee at the Biggerplate Unplugged Conference in San Francisco on March 20, 2014.

It was an amazing conference!  It exceeded all my expectations!  There was a diversity of engaging speakers and very interesting and engaging conference attendees.  I also got an opportunity to spend time “in the hallways” with speakers such as Jamie Nast, Michael Deutch, and Shelley Hayduk who I knew via the Internet as well as James Franklin and Dave Maxfield both of whom I did not know before the conference.  The whole experience really facilitated idea sharing and relationship building.

Another great thing about the conference was learning about the future direction of Biggerplate.  Here’s the mindmap Liam Hughes, Founder of Biggerplate, used in his presentation at the Biggerplate Unplugged San Francisco Conference.

Here’s Liam Hughes’ full presentation:

After attending the Biggerplate Unplugged Conference in San Francisco, I can say with confidence if you are interested in mindmapping and mindmapping software, this is THE conference to attend.

3 Responses to Biggerplate Unplugged San Francisco in a Word: Incredible

  1. Jamie Nast says:

    Chance,

    It was great meeting you as well and I look forward to staying in contact.

    Kind Regards,

    Jamie

  2. Scott Letwin says:

    I agree Chance this was a special event to be sure. It was really great for me to see the passion for mind mapping in person. It was nice to meet you and I look forward to seeing you at the next one.

    Best Regards,

    Scott

  3. Chance Brown says:

    Scott: It was great meeting you at Biggerplate Unplugged San Francisco! I look forward to sharing more mapping ideas in the future!

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