Receive Complimentary Admission to NSCA’s Business & Leadership Conference
Nov 28, 2012 1:34 PM
Apply today for a Randy Vaughan Founders Award
Applications for first-time attendees of the NSCA Business & Leadership Conference are now being accepted to receive the Randy Vaughan Founders Award. Recipients will be provided with complimentary, admission to the conference held Feb. 21-23, 2013 in Phoenix.
Randy Vaughan was a charter member of NSCA, and served on the NSCA Board of Directors from 1997-2008, including a two-year term as president beginning in 2005 as well as an NSCA University instructor. His greatest accomplishments for NSCA include the creation of NSCA University and the Business & Leadership Conference, as well as his role as a subject matter expert and content developer for the industry.
“Randy was a passionate advocate of what BLC contributes to systems integrators and the electronic systems industry,” says Andy Musci, NSCA Education Foundation board president. “He understood the importance of being of professional. It went beyond just technical training and knowledge, but rather how to run a good business—and this conference has turned into the event to train integrators into business professionals.”
“The 2012 BLC introduced me to a tremendous wealth of professionals who face, and who have faced, similar challenges to those I tackle on a daily basis,” says Matt Chitwood, president at D&L Communication Systems. “I was impressed by the willingness of this group to embrace new entrants like myself. Right from the start I felt welcomed by every person I met. The passion and experience of the featured speakers rivaled any I have ever seen. The meeting continues to bear fruit as I regularly have contact with individuals I met throughout the conference. It was a blessing to attend of behalf of the Randy Vaughan Founder's Award.”
NSCA's Business & Leadership Conference is the only industry-specific event where owners, executives, and managers of commercial electronic systems companies meet to discuss common obstacles, challenges, and opportunities. This year’s theme focuses on business transformation and gaining strategies to run a successful and profitable business into the changing world of tomorrow.
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