In Walker and Crosslake we are busy making plans for this year’s MN GIS/LIS.

As always, we are looking forward to reconnecting with our community, hearing what everyone has been up to over the last year, and sharing our news. We all know that GIS is moving fast, so there’s lots to share and lots to learn!

Keen to uphold their reputation for bringing you the latest tools, technologies, and techniques, our experts have assembled a stellar line-up of workshops, sessions and demonstrations, drawing from across Pro-West’s breadth of knowledge in location technology. The table below provides a handy guide to where you can find our folks during MN GIS/LIS.

MN GIS/LIS 2015 schedule

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In addition to the scheduled educational sessions, this year Pro-West adds a poster competition submission from Kyle Wikstrom. We are also proud to support Kyle in his activities as co-founder of YPN of Minnesota. Recently formed by Kyle and a handful of peers, the YPN makes its debut at MN GIS/LIS and is planning some not-to-be-missed activities. Be sure to give them your full support!


We Want Your Problems!

We have built our business and reputation on solving real business problems with GIS, and we want to solve YOURS!

You’ll be able to find us at our exhibitor booth throughout MN GIS/LIS. We encourage you to stop by not just to say hello (though that’s great, too!), but to ask us how we can really help your organization with location technology. Any of our clients will tell you we are passionate GIS people and we care about helping them succeed, so why not let us help YOU?


More at the Booth

Speaking of our exhibitor booth, we’ve stepped up our game this year. As well as everyone’s favorite Pro-West pens and other branded items, come along to fuel up for free on your way to a session…and we don’t just mean free food (but don’t worry, we’ll have that, too).

We wish you all a safe trip to beautiful Duluth. See you there!

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