Yes, it’s the most awesome single event planned for CorelDRAW and Photo-PAINT users for the whole year of 2008.
If you’re active in the CorelDRAW community, you’ll recognize many of the instructors. You’ll may even know some of the attendees, too! It’s like a celebration of all things CorelDRAW, with other enthusiasts like yourself! Everyone knows that CorelDRAW users by and large are sensible and down-to-earth people. That’s why we all use CorelDRAW in the first place! 🙂
One thing I can guarantee is that if you come to this, you’ll go home with new insight that will change your perception for how CorelDRAW is being used to generate new business, and also in industries you never could have imagined. The doors this can open for you in your community might be astounding!
If you have unusual questions or artwork examples that you’d like me (or anyone else) to look at, bring them along and I’ll cheerfully share my insight.
You won’t be a random number at the conference like at a typical trade show. You’re very special to us and we’ll do everything possible for the overall conference to have been both effective AND enjoyable for your individual needs. We’ll take the time to listen to you, after you’ve listened to us.
Very Important: The conference isn’t just for “power users”. It’s for anyone who loves CorelDRAW & Photo-PAINT, at all skill levels.
There was a time when I was learning too – a kind man named Ron Richey gave me the keys to CorelDRAW and aimed me in the right direction. My focus is to offer top-shelf abilities to those attending, in the same way Ron once helped me. Practical techniques you can use for real jobs when you get back home.
While there’ll be a lot of instruction and content, don’t feel you need to absorb it all then and there – you can take the materials home and let it all sink in at your own pace.
Please accept my invitation. If you think it over, and decide to join with the rest of us, I already know that once you’re there, you won’t regret coming. I’ll certainly be available to talk about CorelDRAW for about 17 hours each day. That suits me fine, that’s my typical day anyway! 🙂