Nemetschek Vectorworks will award a total of three conference passes free of charge. Winners will be selected based on the creativity of their entries and will be notified by email on October 10.
Follow these steps to enter:
2. Complete the following submission form
by October 8including the short essay response.
3. Check your email on Oct. 10.You could be a winner!
Please note our call for entries has ended. Check back soon for more chances to win!
Learn more about the conferences
ASLA Annual Meeting and EXPO
ASLA is the largest tradeshow in the landscape architecture industry. With more than 500 exhibitors each year, it provides the opportunity for attendees to experience new products, services, technology applications, and design solutions.
Greenbuild International Conference and EXPO
Greenbuild is the largest green building conference and expo in the world. Greenbuild features three days of inspiring speakers, invaluable networking opportunities, industry showcases, LEED workshops, and tours of the host city's green buildings.
LDI is the largest annual gathering of entertainment technology professionals in the US. Win this conference pass, and you may attend the Vectorworks Training for Technical Production training course for free, too! This hands-on seminar will take place during LDI and be presented by Nemetschek Vectorworks Industry Product Specialist Frank Brault. Production and lighting designers in attendance will learn the basics of using Vectorworks software.
Entries must be submitted by Wednesday, October 8. Conference passes are limited to ASLA, Greenbuild, or LDI. Entrants must be at least 18 years of age. Nemetschek Vectorworks will award three conference passes free of charge. Nemetschek Vectorworks will provide hotel rooms for the length of the conference. Nemetschek Vectorworks is not responsible for all other associated costs. Winners will be selected based on the creativity of their entries by a panel of judges at Nemetschek Vectorworks and will be notified by email on Friday, October 10.
Top photo by Oscar Einzig, courtesy of Greenbuild.