There is something a bit different about being a creative blogger…Instead of dissecting life and examining the pieces like many online writers, we’re busy dreaming, making and sharing.
We inspire one another and when we connect in ways that comfort and sustain, it is something truly extraordinary. That is why we launched Snap – a community where imaginative bloggers can come together; learn from one another and walk away invigorated.
The hallmark of this community? A three-day conference held each April in Salt Lake City, Utah, targeting makers. We’re joined by the best bloggers representing modern handmade, contemporary craft, mind-blowing home-based events and DIY, along with dozens of creative entrepreneurs.
Take a step away from your busy life and join us for lots of laughter, hugging and replenishment. You’ll walk away with a stronger sense of community, enhanced skills and an even greater sense of self.
Frequently Asked Questions
When is your next event?
Our next full conference will be April 14-16, 2016, in Salt Lake City.
How many people will be attending Snap?
This year we expect about 500 attendees.
When do tickets go on sale?
Tickets go on sale October 15, at 9 a.m. MT.
What does my ticket include?
Your ticket includes all classes, meals (typically two breakfasts, two lunches, two dinners) and parties.
I bought a ticket and now I’m not able to attend.
Darn! We are sure going to miss you, but we totally understand life happens.
Tickets purchased on the installment plan are non-transferrable, non-refundable. Tickets purchased out right may be transferred or refunded, minus an administrative fee.
You can transfer any regular full-conference ticket to another attendee through April 1, 2016, for a $50 administrative fee. If you choose to transfer your ticket, you will need to find your own buyer. Need help? Feel free to post on our Snap Conference Facebook page or advertise via Instagram and Twitter with the hashtag #snapconf.
If you would like us to transfer your ticket, please fill out our ticket transfer form. You will be billed $50 for the transfer. Make sure you’ve received payment from the buyer before transferring your ticket.
If you’d prefer a refund, we’d be happy to process once for you minus a $95 administrative fee. If you would like a refund, please fill out our refund form.
I bought a ticket, but I would like to modify my blog name, site traffic, Twitter account, etc. How do I do that?
You can update your information through March 18th. To do so, follow these steps:
- Log into your Eventbrite account by going to http://eventbrite.com/login.
- Enter the email and password you used when you initially registered. (Can’t remember your password? It’s okay. Eventbrite will walk you through it.)
- Click on the My Tickets tab at the top of the page.
- Find SnapConf and just below the event title, click on “Manage Order.”
- Adjust necessary information.
- Click “Update” and you’re all done!
When should I arrive?
Registration begins in the morning. on Thursday. If you’re flying in from out of town, we recommend arriving the night before so you’re well rested for the day’s activities. It’s going to be a fun, full, fast and furious three days!
What’s the best way to get to the venue?
The local trains are clean and easy to ride. Fare is just $2.50 and the train stops across the street from our hotel. To learn more about TRAX and plan your trip, please consult the Utah Transit Authority Website.
You can also take a cab. Fare from the airport to the hotel is likely to run about $25.
Where should I stay?
Snap will be held at the Little America hotel in downtown Salt Lake City. We recommend you stay on site, as attendees on-site receive special perks.
For more information and special pricing at the hotel, visit our venue page.
What should I pack?
Plan for temps anywhere from 38 to 62 degrees Fahrenheit (Yep! Spring in Utah is all over the place.). You may want to pack a travel umbrella in case of inclement weather—it has been known to snow in April. Along with what you’d normally pack for a 3-day vacay, don’t forget your:
- Laptop or tablet
- Business cards
- Comfortable shoes
- Extra carry-on for swag
Do I need to bring my paper ticket?
While we will not need your paper ticket to check you in, we recommend you bring it with you on the off-chance there are any problems with your registration.
When will I get my badge?
Your badge will be available at registration, which will take place on the first floor of Little America.
Do I need to wear my badge at all times? What if I want to make my own?
You will need to wear your badge at all times. Not only is it your ticket into classes, events and meals, but it’s the best way for fellow attendees to recognize you!
You’re welcome to make your own badge in addition to the badge that we will provide, but you will still need to wear the badge provided by the conference.
What’s included in my full-conference pass?
A full-conference ticket will include provided meals, along with access to classes and parties.
Where can I find the conference schedule and description of classes?
You can check out the schedule now on the conference site.
How many business cards should I bring?
If your goal is to pass one out to every person you see, you’ll want to being at least 300. If you’re goal is slightly less lofty, 150 to 200 should suffice.
How do I become a sponsor?
If you would like to be a Snap 2015 sponsor, please email email@example.com
Blogger/Individual Sponsorship Policy
We’re so excited to host a diverse group of women next April for Snap We’ve worked hard not only to build a positive and informative environment, but also to keep costs down.
We’ve continued to keep costs comparatively low because we want this conference to be accessible to everyone – including those on a budget.
From meals and supplies, the cost of a conference of this type is tremendous. The cost of a conference ticket doesn’t even cover the basics for each attendee. Each registration we sell costs the conference money. Our very generous sponsors help to subsidize the remainder of the cost.
We want to honor the efforts of our sponsors and so we’re asking all bloggers with individual sponsors to abide by the following:
- Attendees will not be allowed to pass out or leave in public areas advertisements, literature, or branded materials on behalf of a company that is not an official sponsor at the conference venue or official hotel. (Dedicating space to your sponsor on your regular business card is permissible, a separate card is not.)
- If you have small gifts to distribute with your business card during regular networking, whether you’re sponsored or not, please let people opt in to receive them.
- No events, meetings or parties on behalf of personal sponsors will be permitted on the conference grounds, including the official hotel.
Though we’ve done our best to provide you with all the information you need, you still might have a question or two (or three or four). Feel free to shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll do our best to answer it.