INBOUND is the conference to attend if you’re looking to develop the sales and marketing side of your business. With nearly 300 breakout sessions to choose from, and keynotes by the likes Michelle Obama, 19,000 attendees believe INBOUND 2017 is the event that can take their companies to the next level.
If you’re thinking of attending Inbound 2017, here are all the conference details you need to know.
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INBOUND Date and Location
INBOUND will be held September 25-28, 2017 at Boston Convention and Exhibition Center, just two miles from Logan International Airport and close to downtown Boston.
INBOUND 2017 Speakers
One of the best aspects of INBOUND its diverse lineup of speakers. The conference recruits keynotes from various disciplines not only to help attendees enhance their marketing knowledge, but also to be inspired by topics outside of their primary field.
This year’s INBOUND keynotes include the author Elizabeth Gilbert and the one and only Michelle Obama. Other notable presenters include the creator of HBO’s Insecure, Issa Rae, best-selling author Adam Grant, and Chef Mario Batali.
See the full INBOUND 2017 speaker lineup.
INBOUND 2017 Tickets
Community Pass – $399
Includes access to networking events, keynote speakers, and spotlight sessions.
All-Access Pass – $1299
Includes access to all event, breakout sessions, speakers and catered lunch.
VIP Pass – $1899
Includes all-access plus early registration for sessions, VIP lounge, reserved seating and onsite concierge.
Getting to INBOUND
Bike Share – Hubway is Boston’s bike share program with two stations at the convention center.
Light Rail – The MBTA’s Silver Line connects the airport, downtown, and the convention center.
Rideshare – UBER and Lyft are both available in Boston. There are several pickup locations around the convention center.
Shuttles – INBOUND Shuttles provide complimentary service to the convention center from select hotels that are not within walking distance to the venue.
Where to Stay for Inbound
Since the convention center is centrally located in downtown Boston, it would be ideal to stay in the vicinity. For instance, the 4-star Seaport Boston Hotel runs $386/night. Equally popular is the elegant Envoy Hotel, which also boasts waterfront views. If you’d like a little more privacy, check out this gorgeous 1-bedroom condo with a rooftop terrace for $249/night.