This second annual event will be held at the U of Washington in Seattle, WA. Saturday July 20th and Sunday July 21st, with registration, networking and some events on Friday July 19th. It will be hosted by TAGteach International and RYANO. The registrations are pouring in and we expect a full event of 400 people in person and additional 200+ attendees on the livestream.
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We have an incredible line-up of speakers with a wealth of knowledge to share. The speakers are excited and we had a tremendously positive and enthusiastic response when we asked for their time and effort to help us with this event.
The speakers are highly sought after and respected in their fields and they all have large followings. By sponsoring this event, your company and message will be seen by a large segment of the human and positive reinforcement based animal training community.
Danielle Watson BCBA
Everyone’s really having a good time and enjoying the conference and everybody’s learning from each other. I’ve really liked how the animal presenters have broken everything down behaviorally to be understood by everybody, because a lot of the time that’s an issue with behavior analysis. We’re very jargony.
Vicci Tucci BCBA CHATTcon 2018 Speaker
Best conference ever!
Carl Binder PhD CATTcon 2018 Speaker
It was a fantastic conference, and thanks for putting it on!
Megan Miller BCBA CHATTcon 2018 Speaker
It was definitely the best conference I have attended to date and I have already marked my calendar to attend next year.
Abby Grief BCBA ABA Technologies
I wanted to reach out to you to say thank you for an absolutely incredible conference! It had to be one of the most fun, interesting, eye-opening, inspiring, and educational conferences I have been to yet - and it was only the first one! I very much look forward to attending in the years to come, so thank you again for putting on such a wonderful event and bridging a much needed gap in the world of behavior!
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