For HR pros, one of the largest events of the year is Transform (formerly known as HR Transform). A three day event filled with hands-on learning experiences, engaging speakers, music performances, and more, Transform is touted as “the people-driven thought leadership conference driving the conversations and innovations shaping the new world of work.”
If you’re headed to Transform you’ve probably booked your flight and hotel long ago; but if you’re new to the event, you may want a few details on what to expect during your stay in Vegas. Since Branch is headed to Transform too, we thought we’d share some tips to help you make the most out of your stay, plus some fun attractions not to miss during your trip.
What to Expect at Transform: The 411
Transform is an annual three-day event that brings together people from all industries to discuss the future of work and workforce tech. The event boasts hands-on learning, interactive group discussions, more than 300 compelling speakers, music performances, and engaging after-hours networking.
Las Vegas: MGM Grand. (Attendees have access to rooms at the MGM Grand, but there’s no shortage of other hotels nearby, too!)
Branch @ Transform
We’ll be at Booth #734—come say hi!
Obviously, we think Branch’s booth (#734) should be your number one stop, but after you’ve come by to say hello and get your Branch swag, be sure to check out the other fun attractions Las Vegas has to offer. (Obviously, there’s no shortage of shows, concerts, and restaurants to check out!) With more than 40 million people visiting Las Vegas each year, it’s home to some of the world’s most entertaining shows and concerts, in addition to some highly-touted restaurants.
Entertainment at MGM Grand: 3/27-3/29
There are also plenty of shows, concerts, and entertainment to take in at other venues as well. Check out this full list of Vegas entertainment options in March.
The Vegas strip is home to some of the nation’s most renowned restaurants. Check out this list of the 38 best restaurants in Vegas to find a place to nosh after a jam-packed day.
You can expect temperatures in the low 70s in Las Vegas in March.
Remember to stop by our booth to see our swag (Branch beanies for the win) or book a meeting with us here!