It’s time to register for this year’s BGUC!
For two days every year, TBSL hosts the Annual Belize GIS User Conference [BGUC], a lively and interactive event where you learn about how GIS can support your organization’s goals and our country’s development. It brings together sponsors, exhibitors, educators, and government and commercial sectors to explore, discuss and collaborate on how GIS can help organizations with (1) Planning, (2) Analysis, (3) Decision Making and (4) A Framework For Managing Activities. The BGUC is the place to:
- Learn how to enhance business decisions with web GIS!
- Discover innovative ways to apply GIS to your business and daily operations at industry-specific workshops and presentations.
- Receive expert training on the latest software through technical workshops and the Hands-on Learning Lab.
- Connect with GIS innovators from around the world at plenary sessions, panel discussions, and presentations.
GIS is about more than just creating maps and managing layers. No matter what business decisions you face, the BGUC will help you gain the knowledge and resources you need to solve problems utilizing GIS technology.
Whether you’re in real estate, banking, insurance, agriculture, conservation, utilities, retail & distribution, national security, defense/intelligence, local government, education, or any other sector, this event offers every resource possible to help you leverage GIS to accomplish your goals.
Register by April 11th, 2014 to benefit from our Early-Bird Special!
Keep up with conference updates at: www.gis.com.bz/bguc
“Attending the Belize GIS User Conference has been a rewarding experience as it has opened my mind to the GIS World. It amazes me to see how GIS knowledge and usage has been growing in our beautiful country. It was an important event for me as I was able to discover how GIS is being used in the Agriculture Industry and how I can relate it to my job. It has also provided me with the opportunity to meet with fellow GIS Users in Belize. It is an event not to be missed!”
-Jessamyn Ramos, Information Officer, Sugar Industry Research & Development Institute (SIRDI)