As it continues to share its gratitude to all who made the 2023 Annual Conference an incredible success, ARSA asks all who attended to provide feedback about the event. Participant experience helps the association team build on what works and improve where possible.
Anyone who did not attend this year’s Conference should (1) save the dates for next year (March 12-15, 2024) and (2) click here to answer another question about what it is you look for in industry events.
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