DOYLESTOWN, PA, FEBRUARY 18, 2010 - Attendees at the National Demolition Association Annual Convention March 20-23 at The Mirage in Las Vegas may see an improvement to their bottom line after capitalizing on the educational sessions that are offered during the three-day event, according to the Association's Executive Director Michael R. Taylor, CAE. "This year's topics are incredibly relevant to businesses looking for ways to not only survive but thrive in the current economy," he said.
Session topics include
"Coping with the Downturn and Planning for Recovery;" "Safety
and Your Bottom Line;" and "Green Marketing and LEED: Is there Money
in it for You?" "We have another talk about how to develop
superior decision-making skills in disaster situations, which can help any
business handle potential liability issues during a crisis," Taylor
said. "Each session was planned to bring value to the attendees'
convention experience by giving them solid tools to use when navigating the
The Convention opens
with a tone-setting and inspiring keynote address by Lt. General (Ret.) Daniel
Christman, a career military officer and currently an expert in domestic and
foreign business, who will speak on "Leadership in Times of Crisis."
As with every National
Demolition Association convention, the agenda also includes numerous
opportunities to network and relax, including the Opening Night Cocktail
Reception, the '60s-style Beatles "LOVE" theme party, and the Annual
Banquet at the conclusion of the event.
For information on
limited exhibit space remaining or registering as an attendee at the
Convention, go to www.demolitionassociation.com for a link to full
registration details or call 800-541-2412.
Improving the Bottom Line is Focus of NDA Convention
February 19, 2010