Debby Courtney

It’s finally upon us—APRIL 1, the early bird date to register for Medallia’s Best Practices Forum 2013 in Napa, Calif., May 15 to 17. “Why bother with an early bird deal at all?” you may be thinking. Because early bird registration is good for you and good for us.
Good for You
We set early bird dates, with the big incentive of a $600 savings, to encourage you to register while space is still available and while hotel rooms are still discounted (rates go up April 19). Register before the early bird rate expires to save money and guarantee your spot at the event.
Good for Us (Helps Us Create the Best BPF for You)
Yes, it’s true. Early bird dates help us produce the best BPF possible for you. The sooner we know who’s coming, the better we can tailor events to attendees, from speakers and topics to setup and staging.  And let’s not forget the conference SWAG. We want to make sure there’s plenty to go around.
So far, we’ve lined up CEOs, CMOs, a New York Times No. 1 best-selling author, and many more to speak. We’re also arranging networking events, including a wine-blending workshop and an offsite dinner in the Barrel Room of Artesa Winery, whose Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grapes are among the finest in California. Let us know whether you’ll be joining us so we can target our events even more.
Registration Space and Hotel Rooms Are Running Out
Register today and join companies like Cox Communications, Extended Stay America, Fidelity Investments, Forrester Research, Nordstrom, Omni Hotels, Sodexo, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Verizon Enterprise Solutions, and more.

  • Register by April 1—for $895 rather than $1,495.
  • Book your hotel room before the discount price disappears on April 19.

Once that’s done, you can start thinking about all the ways to indulge in 2½ days of learning, networking opportunities, and fun.
Register today. You’ll be glad you did.