Inside Self-Storage World Expo Divulges Education Program for Las Vegas
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Posted on: 11/06/2009



 

The Inside Self-Storage World Expo is pleased to unveil the education program for its upcoming event in Las Vegas, March 1-3, 2010. The self-storage industry’s largest conference and tradeshow will offer 36 educational seminars, four add-on intensive workshops, two days of product and service exhibits, and five networking events, including a self-storage Q&A, roundtable discussions, a buyers & sellers meeting for real estate-minded professionals, and a new Technology Marketplace where attendees can demo the latest security, software and Internet-based products.
 
The concurrent seminars are organized into four comprehensive education tracks: 

  • Facility Marketing & Sales
  • Day-to-Day Facility Management
  • Finance, Insurance & Legal Issues
  • Construction, Development & Green Initiatives 

Sessions will cover the complete spectrum of the self-storage professional experience, providing something for facility managers and operators, owners, investors, developers, builders and others. Topics will include traditional and online marketing methods, social networking, sales, phone skills, customer service, collections, lien sales, construction techniques, real estate trends, finance options, cost-cutting measures, environmentally sustainable building, bankruptcy, insurance coverages, staff training, tenant screening and much more.  

The four add-on workshops are:

  • Marketing and Sales Boot Camp with Tom Litton
  • Management Workshop with Joe Niemczyk
  • Legal Learning Live with Jeffrey Greenberger
  • Developers Seminar with RK Kliebenstein

The ISS Expo will take place at the Paris Hotel & Resort. To view the details of the educational program, including seminar descriptions and speaker biographies, visit www.insideselfstorageworldexpo.com.

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