Do You Have the Tools to Operate in the 21st Century?

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21CBEC_LOGO_5cYou are invited to attend the Southeast’s premier event for all in the home building industry, the 21st Century Building Expo & Conference.  The conference is scheduled Sept. 15 through 17 with the expo hall open the 16th and 17th. These three days of game-changing information will take place at the Charlotte Convention Center in Charlotte, N.C.

The conference will consist of general session seminars that feature nationally-recognized speakers discussing some of the hottest topics and trends in home building, such as incorporating social media into your company’s day-to-day business. Carol Flammer, author of “Social Media for Home Builders: It’s Easier than You Think,” along with business partner Mitch Levinson will hold the session, “Social Media for Home Builders.” Carol is also teaming up with Tammie Smoot to teach, “Selling to Women through the Social Media Grapevine.” These seminars will help take the mystery out of social media so that you may grow your business through this hot method of internet marketing.

The conference is also a great way to get you on your way to achieve a professional designation. You can take courses through the North Carolina Builder Institute for designations recognized by the North Carolina Licensing Board for General Contractors. Visit the website for pricing information.

In between seminars make sure to visit the Expo floor where you’ll find 200 exhibits displaying the latest products and services for the home building industry.

Register as a full delegate to gain unlimited access to the general session seminars. The cost of registration is $75 before Sept. 14 and $100 after Sept. 14. Or, you may register for the Expo floor only by Sept. 14 and visit the all of the exhibits for free. If registering for the Expo floor only after Sept. 14, the fee is $25. All fees include Expo floor access and conference lunch on Thursday and Friday.

The registration deadline is quickly approaching. Don’t miss your chance to learn from the industry’s best. For more information about the 21st Century Building Expo and Conference, visit the website.