What happens at HTG Meetings?

So this is going to be my laziest blog post ever.

I’m currently in Dallas, TX for the latest Heartlands Technology Group (HTG) meeting – Netlink IT are a part of HTG11, the UK and Ireland group, and our group is meeting here along with all the other HTG Worldwide groups.

Since becoming a HTG member last year, HTG has a massive positive influence on both my business and me as an individual. Because of this, I mention HTG a lot during conversations with peers, suppliers and friends, and so I get asked “What is HTG?” and “What happens at HTG meetings?” a lot.

This blog post was going to explain what we do at a HTG meeting, but then my fellow HTG member, Karl Palachuk, went and wrote about exactly the same subject. Frankly, I couldn’t explain things any better than Karl – so if you want to know what HTG is or what happens at HTG Group meetings… go read Karl’s blog post.

There you go, laziest blog post I’ve ever written! 🙂


2 Responses to “What happens at HTG Meetings?”

  1. 1 Karl April 21, 2009 at 3:01 am

    So if I want to blog about day one onsite, can I just link back to your twitter?– karlp

  2. 2 Richard April 21, 2009 at 1:51 pm

    That seems fair to me Karl. Exchange is no robbery (unless it\’s Microsoft Exchange Server 2000). :-)The Tweets of plenty of the HTG attendees are available via the #HTG Hashtag – see http://search.twitter.com/search?q=HTG

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