News from AU
October 7, 2020

AU 2020: A Global Learning Experience

Andrew Anagnost speaking at AU

The AU learning community has always been global, bringing together industry professionals from around the world to share inspiration, perspective, and knowledge. This year, that global community will gather in a new way at our first digital conference. And it’s going to be something special. There’s no cost to attend, but you do need to register.

Global event

AU 2020 will happen around the world beginning November 17 in the Americas, November 18 in all other regions. Wherever you’re based, get inspired by big ideas and groundbreaking projects with the General Session and Industry Keynotes.

Explore 750+ on-demand classes starting November 17, led by speakers from countries around the world. Don’t miss the live class Q&As, panels, and roundtable sessions November 18-20. Meetups and networking events focused on specific industries and job roles will happen throughout the week, too—stay tuned for scheduling information.

Multiple languages, many voices

Class sessions will be taught in seven languages at AU 2020—Chinese, English, French, German, Japanese, Russian, and Spanish. Some classes will be offered in multiple languages, while others will be led in one language and subtitled. Day One events, like the General Session and Industry Keynotes, will also be subtitled—just sign in, select your preferred language, and the system will do the rest.

Building your global network

AU 2020 gives you a unique opportunity to build your network with professionals around the globe. How are your colleagues solving common industry challenges in other countries? What tools and digital technologies are they using? How is construction happening, and how are manufacturers adapting to disrupted supply chains? AU 2020 is the place to find out.

Nothing replaces gathering in person, but a digital conference brings new possibilities—and global reach is one. We plan to make the most of it, and we hope you do, too. All you need to do now is register. We’ll have more details to come in the weeks ahead.