A new year is full of new goals, commitments and expectations. Take advantage of this time of renewal. Resolve to make an investment in your business to come out ahead of the recession in 2009.
Especially now as the economy works to recover itself, NSCA's Business & Leadership Conference is no longer a luxury. It's a necessity. The NSCA Business and Leadership Conference will be held February 26-28 in Phoenix, AZ. The deadline to reserve rooms at the Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs Resort is Friday, January 23. Register now to secure your space for this important industry event.
"After pulling some of the methodologies I learned at the business conference, we managed to double our business in one year. That's never happened. That's just a testament to the methods," said Mike Riley, owner, Progressive Integrations.
During the conference — February 26-28, 2009, at the Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs Resort in Phoenix, AZ — you'll discover proven strategies to build and sustain your business. At these relevant sessions and events, you'll learn to:
• Lead your company in these uncertain times
• Stabilize health insurance costs
• Develop business tactics for growth and profitability
• Recruit top employees to create a profitable staffing scenario
• Improve relationships with design consultants
• Incorporate the successful strategies and achievements of your peers into your own company
• Safeguard your business from looming legislation and deadlines
Popular events such as Beer ‘n Bull provide an open mic opportunity to discuss the state of the industry. This year’s session will include contractors and consultants in an effort to facilitate improved contractor/consultant relations. In addition, social networking events such as the Women in NSCA reception and pre-conference seminar, beach party, and closing night Wild West Roundup provide attendees the chance to mingle with top integrators in a relaxed, casual environment.
NSCA will also recognize contractors who have excelled in areas such as marketing, sales and financial success with the Excellence in Business Awards at the opening night dinner. The official kick-off to the conference also provides opportunities to discuss new techniques, tactics and strategies to improve your business year after year.
NSCA members can take advantage of their NSCA Education Credits for discounts they can apply toward the conference fees. Corporate Contractor members have $400 in credits, which expire in December 2009.
This is a popular event and space is limited to maintain the intimate atmosphere of the conference, so reserve your spot today. Conference fees are just $1,049.
Visit www.nsca.org/blc or contact NSCA at 800.446.6722 or firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.