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Best Practices Conference Launches October 26 Offering Business Owners Best and Worst Advice
Sessions offer Clarity, Direction, and Confidence through teaching and engagement from local industry experts


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Best Practices Conference Launches October 26 Offering Business Owners Best and Worst Advice

Sessions offer Clarity, Direction, and Confidence through teaching and engagement from local industry experts

An industry expert in leading companies through critical transitions, Bill English saw an unfilled business conference gap and created the Best Practices Conference to offer business owners a morning of learning (traditional PowerPoint/panel discussion/Open Q&A), a keynote that fascinates and an afternoon of tangible interactive learning (open discussion/case study presentation in small groups, answering question via group participation) that allows attendees four different business tracks to learn from and handed tools to quickly execute the best practices into their business.

Who should attend:

Business owners with company revenues over $5 million that seek best and worst practice advice and expertise from local industry leaders.

Conference areas of focus:

• Strategy and Operations

• Growth and Social Media

• Cash Management and Funding

• Family Business

Keynote: Kyle Chank - Delivering a general overview of what to expect in the events surrounding Super Bowl LII, Kyle Chanke will speak about how the Super Bowl LII Host Committee is creating a Bold North Festival comprised of NFL Official events, Super Bowl Host Committee events and Classic Minnesota favorite events. Learn how Minnesota will be showcased to the world.

Why attend:

• Clearly articulated Best Practices that either A) helps you solve a problem, B) clears up points of common confusion or C) illuminates a path forward where doubt commonly exists.

• At least one trade-off decision: We define a “trade-off decision” as one in which you must say “no” to something so that you can say “yes” to one or more of the best practices being presented.

• Clearly articulated Worst Practices: these are actions that experience has taught us never to do. Sometimes, contrasting a best and worst practice will help participants learn the best practice more thoroughly.

Date:

October 26, 2017

Time:

7:30 am - 5:00 pm (Breakfast, lunch and reception included)

Cost:

$299.00

Ticket Link

Venue

Edinburgh Golf Course

8700 Edinbrook Crossing

Brooklyn Park, MN 55443 United States

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