Event professionals who want to keep a little more money in their pockets will register for ISES Eventworld 2007--which runs Aug. 16-18 in Montreal--by the early-bird deadline. That's because those who register by July 17 will save $100 (U.S.) off the regular conference fees.
As it has in the past, this year's conference will provide four tracks of concurrent professional development sessions tailored for professionals: event production, corporate/nonprofit events, business owners and trends. New this year will be two new tracks: an executive and a wellness track.
THE ART OF THE EXIT
The executive track, available for a nominal fee, will be presented by management consultant and business coach Ron Yudd. He will host two interactive half-day programs covering key points of profitability that business owners and managers face every day and how to build a successful exit strategy.
The new wellness track will feature sessions on how to reduce stress and manage the work/life balance, as well as how to use humor.
Eventworld attendees will also hear from a variety of speakers including Jeffrey Caufaude of Idea Architects, who will speak on the topic of innovation and putting great ideas into practice, and Jack Phillips of the Return on Investment Institute, who will break down the complex issue of ROI.
To register for Eventworld 2007, click here.