Arbitration conferences and their benefits

Arbitration conferences and their benefits

Is it worth going to conferences?

Usually, if you already have experience in such events, you understand their value. However, for those who are new to the field, it is not always clear whether it is worth going, especially when rumors suggest that the presentations are meaningless.

Presentations and new knowledge

Whether they are useful and worth your time has been the most controversial in recent years. Of course, the organizers promise exclusive information, unique reports, and fascinating lectures. However, experienced arbitrators argue that this is a waste of time and just advertising aimed at beginners.

Everyone understands that no one is going to disclose working methods with all the details. As a rule, only general information is given. However, for beginners, it can be useful.


Participation in conferences allows you to expand your social circle, collect contacts, make acquaintances, look for a job or colleagues, and just socialize. Networking at such events will be useful for both beginners and those who have been in the industry for a long time. The atmosphere at conferences created by drinks is conducive to meeting new people and exchanging contacts.

The arbitration market is growing, and the need for talent is steadily increasing. Therefore, even a person with minimal experience can find a job here.

Networking helps to sell your products, services, and yourself. The reason for this is simple and clear: people trust those they know personally. If you find common topics of conversation, you may even become friends and get even more mutual benefit from meeting at a conference.

Of course, we shouldn’t rule out the possibility of meeting useful people offline, through chats and social networks. But in a real meeting, it will save you time and give you the desired result faster. 

Recommendations for networking

  • Establish connections from different verticals: affiliate programs, arbitration teams, HR managers, etc.
  • Try to be visible at conferences as it increases your credibility and encourages others to share useful information with you.
  • Effectively use the opportunities of the afterparty for fruitful networking.
  • Make acquaintances with people at your level or a little higher to share experiences and develop together.
  • Conferences provide a chance to renew contacts with old acquaintances from other cities and countries, remind you of previous agreements, and speed up communication.
  • Arbitration conferences are not only a platform for advertising, but also a great opportunity to find new friends and work. In addition, it is a great way to have a good time and socialize.

Imagine that each person can help you grow. Isn’t that the perfect reason to make new friends?

Entertainment and recreation

Work burnout is a common occurrence in any field. With a fast-paced life where things change every hour, sooner or later you may feel overwhelmed. Those experienced in this field understand that fatigue is a common thing.

Pre- and post-parties, socializing, and various conference activities provide a great opportunity to break out of the daily routine and add color to your life.


Arbitration conferences are significant events in the field of professional development that offer participants many useful opportunities. Despite some controversial opinions about the usefulness of presentations and lectures, which can sometimes seem too general and promotional, newcomers can still benefit from them.

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