MIAMI, FL--NSCA has announced the industry leaders sponsoring its 2010 Business & Leadership Conference and Herman Procurement and Logistics has been recognized for showing its support for building better integrators, especially in these challenging economic times.
- NSCA’s 2010 Business & Leadership Conference will host influential national speakers such as Bob Prosen and Susan Scott to provide systems contractors with solutions on how to transform their businesses to improve their bottom line, increase office morale and adapt to the new reality that will remain even after the recession.
”It has always been our philosophy to assist business owners of systems integrators and contractors with improving their operational efficiencies” said Mike Vivian, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Herman. “This is our 5th consecutive year sponsoring this conference and we feel that it is critical for business owners and executives in the industry to attend this event, in order to gain perspective on their business through peer to peer networking and attending classes that help them find new ways to drive profitability.”
“The support of this event by industry manufacturers shows the dedication that all parts of the channel have to improve the entire systems integration community,” said NSCA executive director, Chuck Wilson. “Our sponsors allow us to provide a one-of-a-kind event that will lead our integrator community into the future with success and efficiency.”
NSCA’s Business & Leadership Conference will be held February 25-27, 2010, in Palm Beach Gardens, FL, at the world-renowned PGA National Resort and Spa. In addition to exclusive networking opportunities with industry experts and world-class presenters, the event also serves as an informative and often interactive, educational conference showcasing timely strategies from practical management tips to boosting profits.
Register now for early bird discounts by visiting www.nsca.org/blc or calling 800.446.6722. Conference fees are $799 before December 31 and $899 thereafter.