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Annual conference curriculum is set

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Sept. 30, 2014

Recently, the conference committee has established one of the most ambitious educational schedules ever adopted.

Among the innovations planned for this year is the introduction of a number of specified tracks to improve the attendee session selection process. If so desired, attendees can stick with a predetermined session track aimed at owners, sales and marketing, compliance, operations, or diversification opportunities. In addition to tracks, sessions will also be ranked as either basic or advanced, providing added discretionary tools for those with more or less industry experience.

Below is a short list of some of the session attendees can expect to see. Due to a schedule changes, NAID 2015 will host more educational sessions than any prior association event

  • Becoming a Sales and Marketing Consultant
  • Guide to Data Breach Response Plans
  • The Future of Hard Drive Destruction: Improving Productivity and Security
  • Making the Most of Contractors, Subcontractors and Partnerships
  • LinkedIn: More Than Just Another Networking Tool
  • Incentivizing Sales in the Destruction Industry
  • Part 1: What You Need to Know About Medical Waste Hauling
  • Part 2: Stories From the Medical Waste Hauling Pros
  • Building the Marketing and Sales Machine
  • The Role of Digital Marketing in Today’s Sales Environment
  • How to add Services With Minimal Investment
  • Adding Value with Breach Response Services

The NAID 2015 Annual Conference will be held March 20-22 at the Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention Center in Grapevine (Dallas), Texas. Registration opens on Nov. 3 with a 25% discount.