Sign Up Open For NSCA Business Sessions At 2010 InfoComm; Discounts Available

Attendees will find smart strategies and procedures in NSCA business courses

Industry professionals who register for more than $750 worth of NSCA University business classes during InfoComm 2010 will be eligible to receive 50 percent off their 2011 NSCA Business & Leadership Conference fees.

Companies and individuals who qualify will be notified of their available discount, a $475 value, after the conclusion of InfoComm 2010, June 5-11 in Las Vegas.

Attendees will find smart strategies and procedures in NSCA business courses that can help them understand profitable, new markets; sales techniques; project estimating and more, including:

• Biz Skills for Project Managers
Designed for new project managers and technical staff, this session focuses on the work of a project manager in an electronic systems company. Learn how to organize and manage successful projects; the project manager’s contribution to good cash flow management; basics of financial statements; contracts and proposals; project tracking tools and documentation; and avoiding profit killers.

• Landing the Big Fish – Complex Sales
This course will explore the trials and tribulations involved in the complex opportunities that involve sophisticated systems, and long sales cycles with multiple stakeholders and decision makers.

• Best Practices in Selling Digital Signage
Attendees will learn the ABCs of digital signage systems. The class will cover the basic components of small, medium and large digital signage networks, as well as topics such as content delivery, determining ROI, and how to make a digital signage network sales presentation to a client.

• Life After Down Right! Sizing
Now that times are tough, have you found a way to still be profitable? Many of the tough decisions you had to make might be some of the best decisions of your career. Learn how to keep doing the right things in your new life after right sizing.

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