Get a Business Health Check-up at NSCA’s Fall Business Conference

NSCA is bringing the leading business executives in the systems integration industry together for an intensive conference that focuses on strategy and tools business owners need to keep their businesses going strong. October 26-28, 2006 owners, presidents, and managers will gather in Myrtle Beach to evaluate the health of their organizations and learn from others in the industry who have implemented best in class business strategies with the presentation of the 2006 Excellence in Business awards.

The education kicks with general sessions that include an inspirational review of “The Five Dysfunctions of a Team” presented by Pat Richie. rAVe’s own Gary Kayye will share the necessary tools dealer/integrator/contractors need to be sure you’re “Building Profit Centers in Your Company.” Dennis Hall will drill down into the details of how our industry professionals “Become Compliant, Not Complacent with MasterFormat04”.

Attendees will then customize their education, and can earn credit toward their NSCA Certificate of Completion by choosing from courses in the Executive or Management tracks that fit their business needs. The in-depth courses of these tracks are each followed up by a 30 minute round table discussion so all participants can attack their own business challenges directly with other members of the industry who might be facing the same issues or have overcome them in the past. Topics for this year’s conference include effective leadership and delegation, defining your business niche, strategies for generating referrals, methods for growing your business, the three key attributes of surety bonding, and how to avoid an accounting crisis.

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Surrounding the educational sessions attendees can continue to discuss their business challenges or make new connections at several networking events including golf on the beautiful Myrtlewood Palmetto course, a beach party, the traditional Beer N’ Bull (which ditches the bull to discuss the impact of convergence) and ends on a laugh with a night of comedy. Interested parties can also get their company in the limelight by submitting their nominations for the 2006 Excellence in Business Awards.