Want to Attend UXDX? Convince Your Boss

We don’t have to sell you on the idea of going to UXDX Conf, but we suspect you may need to ask your manager or supervisor. For those, who might need a little help with this, we have prepared a stock letter that will convince even the most skeptical bosses. Feel free to customise the email below as you see fit!

Hi {Insert Your Boss’s Name},

I wish to attend UXDX (www.uxdxconf.com), taking place in RDS, Dublin. It is the key event on product development and teamwork in Europe, hosting 33 international speakers representing world-renowned companies whose teams have been successful in building great products. It will be a 4 day event with training, conference and networking in Dublin.

UXDX has 3 key goals:

1. Deliver a new model to improve product delivery and remove the bottleneck of handovers with a DevOps Evolution and integrated UX/Design Thinking.

2. Help increase team effectiveness and improve collaboration and performance among of Design, UX, Dev, QA and Product Owners.

3. Bring together disruptors and innovators in product development who have tested and accelerated their performance.

I will benefit from attending this event, but so will our company.

Some of the benefits for our team include:

UXDX training has been built with product managers, developers and designers collaboration in mind! There are a few key items needed to

  • Learn the exact tools to use to bring a better product to market, faster
  • Conceptualise, design and validate new products fast, with little waste
  • Understand how the UXDX methodology can solve our specific problems and help our team make quicker and better decisions
  • Apply my learning immediately to real-life work situations

The price point is awesome — at €350 ex vat for a ticket, it’s a steal compared to other conferences in Europe. I assure you it will pay for itself many times over. Our company deserves to be represented and I think I’m the person for job!


{Your Name}

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