SOLIDWORKS 2016 Launch Event September 22nd

Discussion created by 1-3PL95X on Sep 9, 2015

Hi everyone,

SOLIDWORKS 2016 will be available soon, and we would like to invite you to a special launch event.  There are two ways to see this event, online or in-person.


If you aren't (or can't be) in the Boston area on September, you can watch the broadcast live by registering here - SOLIDWORKS 2016  | SolidWorks


If you are (or can be) in the Boston area, you can attend the live event:


Don’t miss the opportunity to attend live as we unveil SOLIDWORKS 2016, which offers hundreds of new customer-focused tools and enhancements with one goal in mind: to help you get your job done, better and faster than ever before. During this live event at the Edward Kennedy Institute on September 22 at 10 am, you’ll hear SOLIDWORKS executives share the SOLIDWORKS roadmap for the future and see live demos of some of the key new features in SOLIDWORKS 2016 in action.

The event agenda is as follows:

  • 10:00 am - 12:00 pm: Main Presentation
  • 12:00 - 1:00 pm: Lunch
  • 1:00 - 4:30 pm: Breakout sessions addressing how SOLIDWORKS 2016 helps you:
  • Focus on your design, not the software
  • Solve complex problems faster and easier
  • Fast-track your designs through manufacturing
  • Collaborate across multiple disciplines
  • Streamline your parallel design processes

SOLIDWORKS 2016 delivers new tools and enhancements to make great design happen, with the product design and development solution chosen by millions of users worldwide. 
REGISTER NOW to reserve your spot to hear what’s new in SOLIDWORKS 2016 .


That's the official invitation, and here are a few of the reasons I think you should attend:


You'll get to meet a lot of cool people (The Community Team, Executives, Product Development, Product Definition, and The SOLIDWORKS Bloggers).


You'll get to see the Edward Kennedy Institute (https://www.emkinstitute.org/).


You'll be among the first to see the new features in SOLIDWORKS 2016.


You get to ask questions.


You get fed.


You might get interviewed for the Community Blog, the SOLIDWORKS Blog, or another new program we'll be rolling out that week.


Everyone is welcome, hope to see you there!