Dscoop Annual Conference FAQs

Q: How do I register for DscoopX?

A: Registration opens this fall. You must be a Dscoop member to attend the conference. Dscoop members are companies that own and operate HP Graphic Arts equipment.

Q: Now that I am registered for DscoopX, what else can I do to prepare for the event?

A: Continue to visit www.dscoopX.org on a regular basis for important updates, and be sure to follow us on Twitter at @myDscoop. We also are available to answer questions at +1.312.527.6707 or info@dscoop.org.

Your onsite program will be your conference guide – this booklet includes hotel maps, a conference at a glance, a guide to all the sessions with times and room numbers – and much more!

Q: How do I reserve my hotel for DscoopX?

A: The official hotel for DscoopX is the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center. Detailed information about the hotel including how to make a hotel reservation is included in the registration confirmation.

Dscoop recommends that you fly in the night of Wednesday, March 4 and fly out the night of Saturday, March 7 around 8:30 p.m. to take advantage of all that DscoopX has to offer.

Q: How do I plan my time at DscoopX?

A: The DscoopX website (www.dscoopX.org) is the place to go for regular updates to the schedule of events and list of confirmed speakers. An Onsite Program will be distributed to all attendees during registration at the event which includes a customizable schedule as well.

Q: Do I register for the sessions I want to attend?

A: Pre-registration for DscoopX sessions and presentations is not available. All sessions and presentations are open to all registered attendees on a first-come, first-served basis. Please note: this does not apply to Dscoop University courses.

Q: Is there anything I need to do following DscoopX?

A: We want to hear from you! Watch your inbox for an online evaluation at the conclusion of the conference.

Q: What time zone is Washington, D.C. in?

A: Washington, D.C. is on Eastern Standard Time (EST).

Q: What will the weather be like during the event?

A: The average temperature in Washington, D.C. in March is a high of 56 degrees F (13 degrees C) and a low of 38 degrees F (3 degrees C).

Q: What is the dress code?

A: Please dress in business casual attire for sessions during DscoopX. Keep in mind that some session rooms might be cold, so we recommend that you dress in layers. Wear comfortable shoes because the venue is large, and you will be walking for most of the day.

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