Event Date: 18 March 2023
This event is: in-person
The capacity limit for this event is 250
Location ● Sponsors ● Schedule ● Speakers ● Volunteers ● Contact ● Sponsorship Plans
There is a code of conduct for this event that all attendees are expected to follow. Please report violations to the organizers If you need to report a Code of Conduct violation, please contact the organizers and send a copy to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Baton Rouge Analytics and Intelligence Network (BRAIN) is hosting its second SQLSaturday Baton Rouge 2023 - BI Edition on March 18, 2023. Located on LSU campus, this will be a free day of learning and networking with other members of the analytics and business intelligence community in Baton Rouge and the surrounding areas.
This conference is open to the public and is perfect for students, CIO's, data analysts, data scientists, data engineers, BI developers, business analysts, IT managers, server admins and job-seekers.
The event is taking place at:
LSU Patrick F. Taylor Hall (formerly CEBA)
3304 South Quad Drive
Baton Rouge, LA 70803
There are sponsorship plans available.
Please note the event is taking place in Central Daylight Savings time UTC-6
The schedule shown below is updated by Sessionize to match your computer's time zone setting.
The call for speakers is now closed.
Here is a list of speakers for this event:
The call for speakers is now closed.
Volunteers are very important to a successful event. Please contact the organizer to volunteer.
The organizers of this event are:
You can see a list of previous events for this location here
We appreciate your time to consider sponsoring SQLSaturday Baton Rouge 2023 - BI Edition!We’ve put together some information that will tell you about our plans for the event. There are multiple sponsorship opportunities for your company to maximize your SQLSaturday Baton Rouge 2023 - BI Edition presence to hundreds of local IT professionals.
Our sponsorship levels have not increased since 2014
SQLSaturday Baton Rouge 2023 - BI Edition is produced by and for the community of SQL developers, administrators, and affiliated disciplines. Event Sponsorship does not entail oversight or selection of topics or content.
All fees must be paid in advance. Payment can be made via PayPal (which can process a credit card) to email@example.com or check. Corporate checks are preferred and should be made out to “Baton Rouge User Groups”, the name of a not-for-profit corporation that helps operate many local Baton Rouge technical user groups (including .NET, SQL, SharePoint and more) in addition to the annual SQLSaturday and SharePoint Saturday events. We can, upon request, provide an official invoice for expense purposes.
Registration for attendees opens at 7:30am, and the building should be open by 7:00am for booth setup. Vendors and sponsors should arrive no later than 7:30am. All sponsors with booths will be provided with table and two chairs, and access to a power strip. Tables will be in the same area as registration and breakfast to make it easy for attendees to stop by your table.
Please emphasize to your corporate representatives on site at the event that they should remain on site through the end of the day, so they can personally greet the entire conference attendance in the Auditorium, be photographed and present any prize(s) to raffle winners. The final raffle usually is over by 430pm.
Lunch will be provided to all attendees including sponsor attendees. All attendees from your corporation should register at SQLSaturday.com, including everyone from your booth team. This is so that we can have enough food available at lunch.
Information about the SQLSaturday Pre-Conference Banquet will be made available soon.
Payment, materials for 250 bags, and sponsor booth materials can all be mailed to:Baton Rouge User Groups
Sponsor registration and payment deadline is March 1, 2023. In the past we have sold out of booth space a month before the event. Materials for bags MUST be delivered by March 1, 2023. Email below for local delivery if desired.
The biggest challenge with community events is capturing contact information for follow ups. Few attendees will have business cards and having them hand write their info often leads to a 30% or higher loss due to inability to read what they wrote! We provide attendees with a set of pre-printed raffle tickets (see below) that will contain their name and email address; they are then able to put these tickets into the raffle box at each sponsor table to try to win a prize. This gives you 100% readability and 0% loss! It is also more effective than any other technique we’ve seen for trying to capture contact information and that includes scanning their name badge.
Because we want you to be successful all our sponsorship levels include the requirement that you provide a prize of at least $100 in value, and that you provide a full color 8-1/2 x 11 flyers that highlights the prize(s) you are providing for the raffle.
We provide the raffle box. We will have one table for all absentee vendors placed in the same areas with our onsite vendors. Raffle ticket collection will proceed through the end of the day. If someone from your team is present, we’ll ask them to draw the winning ticket, otherwise we’ll draw the ticket. Attendees must be present to win. If there is a physical prize we’ll give it to them, otherwise we’ll forward you their contact information for you to follow up with (for license keys, etc.)
After the event we will mail you all the raffle tickets from your box. There may be duplicates; depending on how exciting your prize is attendees may contribute more than one ticket to your box – but that’s a good thing, they are willing to provide you their contact information in return for the chance to win.
We hope you’ll support this event! Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.