Early-bird registration prices for both in-person and virtual tickets for the 2022 Government Social Media Conference are extended through Friday, December 3, 2021!
We can’t wait to meet with government social media professionals at the largest social media conference in the U.S. for government agencies, both in Dallas, Texas as well as those joining the virtual livestream during this special hybrid event March 29-31, 2022. Speakers will be announced before early-bird registration ends, and you can download our one-page event summary to help with your training/travel approvals. Save the most by reserving your spot before extended early-bird registration ends! Here’s how.
Following an extremely difficult couple of years, it’s more important than ever to meet your socialgov support system, and there’s no better place to do that than GSMCON.
All attendees can expect a 2.5-day event filled with training to elevate your role, confidently communicate and become the best government social media professional. With over 20 keynote and breakout sessions, special All Access Only sessions, add-on pre-conference workshops and more, whether you’re in person or online, you’ll walk away — or log off — from a fulfilling experience making you an even more confident, efficient government social media professional.
But, it’s not only the information you’ll gain — you’ll become part of the GSMCON camaraderie that lasts long after our few days together. Genuinely connect with your support system of peers — either virtually or in person — at the Welcome Reception, during sessions, keynotes, at the expo area and even during after hours. Celebrate wins, discuss challenges together and get to know the people who know your position best — your socialgov community.
We heard your requests to offer different ticket types at GSMCON, and for the first time, we’re offering a variety of ticket types to best accommodate government social media professionals, all at discounted prices for a limited time! Whether you’re planning to join us online or in person, you have an option to purchase either a General Admission Ticket or All Access Ticket, which gets you access to special sessions.
In-Person Tickets are only $695 for General Admission and $795 for All Access through early-bird registration, with perks like meeting people face-to-face at the welcome reception on Monday, March 28, learning more about government-related products in the expo area and connecting directly with speakers and other attendees. Enjoy 3 continental breakfasts and 2 lunches with your ticket, and spend after-hours exploring Dallas with old friends and new acquaintances.
Our room block at the Sheraton Dallas Hotel is now open! Book now under our special GSMCON2022 room block to get the best rate before the reservation deadline, Friday, March 11, 2022 or sold out.
If your agency won’t allow travel yet or participating online is better for you, you have options for a virtual experience, too! Virtual Tickets start at $299 for General Admission and $399 for All Access through early-bird registration.
Online participants will be able to watch most sessions in real-time, meaning you’ll be right there with speakers and other attendees as sessions are happening. You’ll connect with other virtual and All Access in-person attendees in our online event website, participate in live speaker Q&As and more, and Virtual All Access attendees unlock access to special sessions.
No matter what ticket type you choose, we can’t wait for you to be a part of the event! Early-bird registration ends on December 3, 2021. Become a more efficient, confident government social media professional (and save the most!) by registering today.
Best communicate with the public you serve by becoming a part of the free Government Social Media network — only available to full/part-time employees of government or educational institutions.
We support the largest network of government social media professionals in the U.S. by guiding government agencies through complex social media issues. Government Social Media helps you successfully communicate with the public you serve, protect your agency and keep public trust while finding your support community.