CommPartners First Education & User Conference To Be Held in Washington D.C. March 2018

Press Release updated: Nov 1, 2017 09:00 EDT

CommPartners, a leading provider of Learning Management Software, webinar, webcast, and livestream solutions announced today details for its Peak Education & User Conference. The event will take place March 15-16, 2018 in Washington, D.C.

Peak is a conference designed to inspire, educate, and train education professionals in a wide range of e-learning topics. The event will feature two keynotes, eight breakout sessions, peer knowledge exchanges, and more. Topics include Social Learning, Building a Dynamic LMS, Livestream and Virtual Conference Best Practices, Credentialing, Course Design, and e-Learning Trends. A complete agenda can be found at

“We are excited to host our first conference where participants can engage other education professionals, share ideas and learn from experts in the field.  Whether you are a current CommPartners client or new to our organization and interested in strategies that spark innovation this conference is for you,” says Richard Finstein, CEO, CommPartners.

Ideas from experts along with peer to peer collaboration will provide value to all professionals who have a key role in their organization’s education and professional development strategy. Attendees will be eligible for up to 4 CAE credits and will also have the opportunity to connect socially with other attendees, partners, and industry leaders during a happy hour reception.

“It is our goal that attendees leave Peak with new strategies on how to revolutionize their online learning programs and to arm them with the tools to help them get there,” explains Finstein.

For organizations not familiar with CommPartners or Elevate LMS, please visit to arrange a free initial consult and demonstration.

About CommPartners

CommPartners is a leading provider of online education and event solutions. At the core of the company’s solutions is our Elevate Learning Management System. Elevate is the only LMS with fully integrated and embedded webinar, livestream and multimedia software to support learning, how and when it occurs. The connection between live, peer-to-peer knowledge exchanges and traditional continuing education programs leads to improved learning outcomes, as well as increased participation within an organization’s education offerings.  To learn more visit:

Source: CommPartners

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