The Water Quality Association (WQA) is offering its first-ever Business Operations Boot Camp one day prior to the 2018 WQA Convention & Exposition in Denver, CO. The Boot Camp will be held on Sunday, March 25, 2018.
“This is a one-day intensive seminar focused on topics such as strategic planning, multi-generational advice (succession planning) and motivating your team,” said WQA Executive Director Pauli Undesser. “We are tending to the needs of members who were asking us for help in growing their business and tackling the challenges that all owners face.”
Boot Camp topics will include Reducing Overhead, How to Lead Without Being a Drill Sergeant and a panel discussion on obstacles to avoid. Some of the presenters and panelists are WQA members themselves, who have years of business experience. The Boot Camp will take place from 7:30 AM to 5 PM at the Colorado Convention Center.
Attendees do not have to be WQA members, but members will receive a discount on registration. Registration for the convention is not required to attend the Boot Camp, however, convention attendees can register for the Boot Camp when they register for the convention itself. For more information and to register, visit this website.
The WQA Convention & Exposition takes place over four days, March 26-29, 2018 at the Colorado Convention Center. The Opening General Session features keynote speaker Ross Shafer, six-time Emmy-winning comedian and best-selling author of Nobody Moved Your Cheese.
For more than 40 years, the WQA Convention has been the signature event of the water treatment industry, connecting dealers, manufacturers and consultants with the latest in trends, research, education and networking opportunities. In 2017, 56 countries were represented among the 3,500 attendees of the Orlando, FL convention.
Attendees and exhibitors can register for the event at WQA.org/Convention. Sponsorship opportunities are available. WQA members receive a 50-percent discount on program and Buyer’s Guide advertising. For more information about WQA membership, click here.