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Hireology's Guide to Las Vegas and the HR Technology® Conference

Posted by Erin Borgerson on October 1, 2013

Whether you've been to Las Vegas once or twenty times, there's always going to be something new to do. But this means that in order to fit everything in that you want to do, hr tech guide, guide to hr tech, guide to the hr technology conference, las vegasyou've got to engage that inner college student and operate on four hours of sleep. Easy, right? Well when your day is packed full of everything HR tech-related and nights are full of great food and strong drinks, it most definitely is.

The HR Technology® Conference is just a week away, and if you haven't started preparing (mentally and physically) you better start. Try to squeeze in a quick nap on the flight to Las Vegas, because once you land and make your way to the Mandalay Bay it's go-time. 

But what are you supposed to do when you're not at the show? Hang out in your hotel room? Of course not! That's why we created Hireology's Guide to the HR Technology® Conference. It has info on the best restaurants, lounges, and attractions on and around the strip. There's also a few pages dedicated to the conference itself!

What do you say, ready to make the most of your time in Vegas? Then download our guide below!

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Erin Borgerson

About the Author

Erin is the Director of Marketing, Crisis Controller and Culture Ambassador (the last two titles she gave to herself) who joined the Hireology team in April of 2012. As a certified Inbound Marketer, Erin manages Hireology's marketing department, the Hireology Blog, and media relations. She is also a co-leader of the Chicago Hubspot User Group which brings together Hubspot users from around the Chicagoland area. Erin set off to Chicago after graduating from Western Michigan University. In her spare time she can be found shaking it in a Zumba class, reading a bestseller, or drinking a craft beer on her Wrigleyville porch.