Back-to-Back CEDIA Events Make February a Blockbuster Month
Dec 20, 2005 8:00 AM
Registration is now open for two CEDIA events being held back-to-back at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco the last week of February. The inaugural CEDIA Electronic Lifestyles Forum will immediately follow the CEDIA 2006 Management Conference. Chief executives and senior managers are encouraged to attend both events to take advantage of the intense networking and premium-level training sessions.
The CEDIA 2006 Management Conference is the only executive level training and networking event designed specifically for the residential electronic systems contracting industry.
This year’s management conference includes four cross-industry presenters in merger/acquisitions, customer service, sales/sales management, and life balance. The featured keynote speakers include bestselling authors Harvey MacKay (Swim with the Sharks without Being Eaten Alive and Beware the Naked Man Who Offers You His Shirt) and Jeffrey Fox (How to Become a Rainmaker and How to Make Big Money in Your Own Small Business).
The CEDIA Electronic Lifestyles Forum is open to senior-level architects, builders, interior designers, and residential electronic systems contractors. This one-of-a-kind event offers exclusive educational sessions, panel discussions, and networking opportunities that are designed to foster cooperation among the four disciplines to enhance customer service and profitability.
Keynote speakers at the Electronic Lifestyles Forum include preeminent futurist Nicholas Negroponte, world-renowned architect William McDonough, and many internationally recognized professionals and technology experts.
For more information on the CEDIA 2006 Management Conference, call (800) 669-5329 or download the conference brochure at www.cedia.org/education/documents/CEDIA_MC06_registration.pdf.
For more information on the CEDIA Electronic Lifestyles Forum, call CEDIA headquarters at (800) 669-5329 or visit www.cedia.org/el_forum.
For more information on CEDIA, visit www.cedia.org.
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