When it comes to time, all working professionals, academics, researchers and scholars are hard upon it. They are so involved with their work that they often find it hard to spend time undertaking their daily chores and spending time with their families. Therefore, the question arises – “Is taking part in international conferences, really worth one’s time?”
This article is meant to offer a detailed answer to people who might be asking this very question. The short answer is “Yes, partaking in international conferences (at least the best ones that are organized by world-class, highly reputed conference organizing firms) are worth every second”. Listed below are five crucial reasons why people take part in conferences.
1. Staying Up-To-Speed With What’s Going On
In any profession, a person who is not aware of the most recent developments in his/her discipline is not going to witness much progress in their work and career. There are several ways to keep tabs on what’s going on in one’s field. Unfortunately, most of these ways are often extremely time-consuming and costly.
Taking part in international conferences offers professionals the to learn about all the biggest and most profound developments in their field, in one sitting, at one go, directly from the horse’s mouth.
2. Rubbing Shoulders With The Best In The Business
An international conference no matter what field it is based on isn’t just an event for amateurs or early-career professionals. Even well-established and highly reputable professionals, experts, domain specialists and renowned veterans take part in such events. This means that everyone from students to policymakers is likely to be gathered at such events.
For students and professionals at the early stages of their careers, this presents a unique opportunity to have one-on-one discussions and pick the brains of those who influence them. If not, on a personal, tete-a-tete basis, they can always get to hear them deliver lectures, present their latest findings, etc.
3. To Be In The Spotlight
Academics, researchers and scholars who have spent long hours in the lab experimenting, studying and researching various phenomena in their respective fields, often find it hard to spread awareness of their work. Most of these professionals often spend their entire careers without gaining any attention whatsoever for all their hard work and do not get the respect that they deserve.
Taking part in international conferences presents all these professionals, right from students to veteran researchers, with a global platform to present their findings and gain attention for their groundbreaking research work and outcomes.
4. Forging Collaborative Partnerships & Connections
Networking is a vital part of making progress, in any field. In academia, building the right relationships and forging the right connections can lead to opportunities to collaborate on groundbreaking research projects and obtain incredible opportunities that lead to career growth and also lucrative publishing deals.
Since international conferences are often attended by people from various professionals – from publishers, business executives and research specialists to educators, policymakers, industry professionals and students, one can rest assured that by networking in the right manner, they are sure to forge fruitful partnerships and connections that will benefit them greatly in the future.
5. Overcoming Roadblocks & Challenges Hindering Progress
The name of the game when it comes to making progress as a researcher or scientist is overcoming barriers to progress. Every incredible finding and groundbreaking outcome lies beyond a mind-boggling hurdle or roadblock that seems almost impossible to solve.
A lot of professionals find themselves taking part in conferences for this very sake – in the hope of finding solutions to the hurdles in their work that are preventing them from moving on to the next stage. ARDA Conference provides up-to-date information about the journal publication and the conference follows our blog and knows about the updates and publications.