Ah SpiceWorld. One of NinjaOne’s favorite conferences – and a personal favorite of mine. So after two years of the show being virtual, we were thrilled to learn that SpiceWorld would be back in-person this year (with a virtual element too). We couldn’t wait to see everyone in person again!
Now that the show is over, I didn’t want to miss the opportunity to showcase what Ninja was up to and highlight the great work of our team. The event was a team effort, but a few individuals deserve a special shoutout.
First, a big thank you to Event Coordinator Marissa Partin and Creative Director David Bach for creating the perfect space for conversations with customers, partners, and prospects. It was great seeing our booth packed with attendees stopping by for a demo or just to say “hi.” And, as always, another big draw was the swag. Many of our trade show friends know us for our branded Lego mini-fig assembly line, and this year didn’t disappoint. If you took one home, I’d love to see a picture. To top it all off, we were excited to learn on the last day of the conference that attendees loved our booth as much as we did — when we proudly won the Showstopper Award.
We are also delighted to share that our very own community manager, Brittany Brown, took home The Advisor Award at the Spicies – the Oscars of the IT world. If you’ve ever interacted with anyone from NinjaOne in Spiceworks, it was most likely with Brittany. She connects us to the fantastic community of SpiceHeads, and as the award description says: “Who’s got your back with speedy answers, updates and straight-talk?” While we’ve always known Brittany is extraordinary, we couldn’t be more thrilled that the Spiceworks community voted for her as their favorite Spiceworks Partner.
If you stuck around until the end of the event, I hope you made it to the afterparty that NinjaOne sponsored at Austin City Limits Live (ACL). The theme was “Digital Wonderland” – and everything from the cocktail special (“The Hard Reboot”) to the LED robots fit the theme perfectly. The night was particularly special to NinjaOne as we are headquartered in Austin. So this made everything extra special because we had the opportunity to show everyone what makes Austin so unique – and I think we succeeded!
Last but certainly not least, a big thank you to Spiceworks for putting on another great show. Until next year, SpiceHeads.