Save the date for the biggest event for fitness technology professionals
The 4th annual Motionsoft Technology Summit will take place in Washington, DC on September 11th – 13th.
The Technology Summit has addressed fitness trackers and activity monitoring, wearable technology, data mobility and standardization, sales automation and CRM, digital member acquisition strategies, business intelligence and data visualization, virtualization of fitness, and we bring in the most innovative start-ups to demo their technology solutions.
The Motionsoft Technology Summit is the biggest club-only event for fitness technology professionals from amazing companies to discuss the challenges and opportunities of technology in the fitness industry. Attendance is limited to professional fitness industry staff including owners and operators, CFOs and VPs and directors of finance, CTOs and CIOs as well as VPs and directors, and member management staffers.
Ticket go on sales on Monday, January 9th. The early-bird rate is only $249 and includes access to the kickoff cocktail reception and two full days of keynotes, panels, and roundtables. Only 200 seats are available.
The official hotel for #MTS2017 will be the Hamilton Crowne Plaza and our main venue will be the stunning Sphinx Club – and I mean stunning! The picture below is of the Grand Ballroom. I can’t wait to show you the property.
You’re going to love staying at the Hamilton. First, it’s an amazing property. Located at the corner of 14th and K Streets NW is it literally in the center of the City. The staff is amazing. The rooms are beautiful. Second, you’ll be three short blocks from the White House and steps away from the National Mall and the Smithsonian museums. Finally, we selected the Hamilton for another reason: it’s easy to get in and get out. Ronald Reagan National Airport is only 16 minutes away in rush hour traffic!
Of course, we bring in the best thinkers from around the world both inside and outside of the fitness industry. Apple, Under Armour, Samsung, and Cigna have been past keynotes.