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This year’s program covers current critical issues for the restoration industry – everything from marketing for business success and legal risk management strategies, to technical topics like understanding psychrometrics and emerging sensing technology for job monitoring.
Keynote speaker Terry Bowden, college football analyst and coach of year, will share his strategies for winning with better teamwork. Bowden believes that it doesn't cost one dime to motivate people within your organization to be their best together and he'll tell you how to do it. Other internationally known Symposium speakers include Donald Gatley, who literally wrote the book on psychrometry, “Understanding Psychrometrics;” Bob Pritchard, international marketer of the year and author of “Kick Ass Marketing;” and a panel of experts on the industry’s next big turning point in job monitoring, remote sensing.
Several breakout sessions will provide fresh technical insights and increase businesses’ competitive advantage. Topics include: Effective Ways to Immediately Improve Your Bottom Line, Advances in Desiccant Dehumidification Technology, The Nuts and Bolts of Drafting a Good Contract, and Psychrometrics: Linking RH, Grains, Dew Point and EMC.
Participants who register before August 1st for both the Dri-Eaz Symposium and Connections Convention and Tradeshow will save $100 off their total registration.
For full program details and easy on-line registration go to www.dri-eaz.com/Symposium2007. Click on the provided link to make hotel reservations on-line, or call 1-800-732-7117 to book a room before the August 10th (registration deadline) at the Las Vegas Hilton!
Through this year’s Symposium program Dri-Eaz honors restoration professionals’ commitment to continuous learning. Participating will give attendees exclusive access to key speakers, networking contacts and top drying and restoration professionals. Dri-Eaz welcomes all industry professionals to their very own “Restoration Gathering Place,” the 2007 Symposium.