3 Great Reasons to Attend the 2013 National Convention!

Drea Codispoti, CPC/CERSThese days, you can’t get people’s attention unless you have a list . . . so I made up a list of three great reasons you should attend the 2013 Top Echelon Network National Convention.

Are there more than three reasons?  Sure there are.  But in the interest of brevity, I’m only presenting that many.

Reason #1—Danny Cahill!  He’s going to be the main speaker for the convention.  It’s been quite a few years since Danny presented for us at a Top Echelon Network event, and we’re certainly glad he’ll be in St. Petersburg for the convention.  In fact, I know there are some recruiters who are going to sign up for the event JUST because he’s speaking.  Danny is wealth of recruiting information, and you have a chance to tap into that information at the convention.

Reason #2—You’ll have the chance to find new split placement Trading Partners.  This opportunity is huge draw for split-minded recruiters.  They love networking with other recruiters and meeting them face-to-face, sharing hot job orders and candidates, and setting themselves up for making more splits in the future.  It never fails: placements result from each and every event that we hold, and this one will be no exception.  I’ll be sure to publish details of those placements following the convention.

Reason #3—Early Bird Registration is just $495 per person.  Year are year, no matter what the inflation rate is for everything else, the cost of the convention stays the same.  We have no interest in raising the rate.  Why?  Because we know that the convention is good for your business, and if it’s good for your business, then it’s good for us.  Not only that, but if you register before the end of the year, the cost of the convention will count toward this year’s expenses.

There’s my list.  Just three items, but they are three great reasons to register for the convention and to do it sooner rather than later.

So register for the 2013 National Convention!

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