Three Days Left to Nab Early Bird Registration Discount for WIN Conference - BodyShop Business

Three Days Left to Nab Early Bird Registration Discount for WIN Conference

There are only three days left to nab the early bird registration discount for the 2012 Women’s Industry Network (WIN) Conference, so don’t delay! Early birds can take advantage of a $50 discount if they register before April 6, 2012.

The year’s event, with the theme "Be the Change," will be held at the InterContinental Buckhead in Atlanta, May 6-8, 2012.

“We’re very excited to offer convenient and secure online conference
registration this year,” said Tina Clark, chair of the Conference
Registration Committee. “Along with the ability to register for the
conference, you can now upload your own photo for the WIN Member-Only
directory. This is a first for WIN, and these enhancements will make a
significant difference to our members as well as our administrative

This year, the conference will feature keynote speakers Robyn Benincasa –
adventure racer, firefighter and motivational speaker – who will
present “Extreme Change: Adapt, Overcome and Win As One”; and Cathy
Bonner, CEO of Service King, presenting “The Ten Commandments of

This year’s industry overview will be presented by Susanna Gotsch from
CCC Information Services, offering the “Latest Trends, Market Dynamics
& Business-Drivers Impacting Our Industry.”

Other topics include: “Quality Control” by Shawn Collins, “Customer
Service” by Diane Young, “Why Women Should Do Business With You” by Lori
Johnson, “Collision Avoidance Technologies” by Kim Hazelbacker and
“Strategies for Managing Workplace Stress” by Dr. Linda Gravett.

More information:

Register for the 2012 WIN Conference 

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