Tickets on sale now

Early Bird Rate

until August 31st, 2019
  • Including badge, program guide, and lunch

Group Rate

5 People or more
  • Including badge, program guide, and lunch

Regular Rate

until October 18th, 2019
  • Including badge, program guide, and lunch

Standard Rate

starting October 19th, 2019
  • Including badge, program guide, and lunch

General Sessions
18 +
Concurrent Sessions
1000 +

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About Us


For the first time, ATD is working with Institute for Information Industry, which is also committed to empowering professionals with knowledge and skills. In promoting the development and cultivation of industrial talents, we will inject breakthroughs and innovations to assist the next generation of talents remain competitive and achieve successful initiative.

About ATD

With more than 36,000 members from more than 120 countries, the Association for Talent Development (ATD) is the world’s largest association dedicated to professionals in the field of talent development. ATD supports the work of professionals throughout its 125 branches in United States, global strategic partners, and a global network of members. ATD was founded in 1943. It was first named the American Society for Training and Development and later renamed to the Association for Talent Development. As the scope and impact of the training and development areas continue to evolve, its core content has expanded to the aspects of human resources development, learning and performance associated with the overall performance of individuals and organizations.









About Institute for Information Industry (III)

Promoting the information industry and development of the information society are the two main purposes of the establishment of the Institute for Information Industry (III). Adhering to this aim, the Institute for Information Industry is actively investing in the analysis of industry and technology trends and surveys the needs of enterprises and society as a development direction for information talent cultivation, learning technology research, campus industry counseling, and other services. It is expected that the Institute for Information Industry will become the model institution for the cultivation of energy-enhancing entrepreneurs and the main driving force of the smart campus industry.


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