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Stacking the Deck: 2010 Annual Conference Sessions Shaping Up

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NAID Conference planners continue to pile on reasons for members to attend the biggest industry event yet. 

Last month the committee announced that Frank Abagnale, the world’s most infamous identity thief, and now one the world’s most recognized experts on the subject, would present the event’s Keynote Address. 

Building upon that incredible start, conference planners are now providing their first glimpse of other sessions they have in store. 

EARLY BIRD WORKSHOPS: Realizing that many conference attendees may be looking for some early morning sessions (a common suggestion), NAID conference planners are offering 3 Early Bird Workshops for the first time.  These sessions will start at 7:00am and 8:00am and will take the form of panel/group discussions and/or workshops.  The titles of the Early Bird Workshops being offered are: 

  • Developing a HITECH Strategy to Sell to Doctors & Dentists
  • Turning on the Secure Destruction Sales Faucet through Networking and Referrals
  • HITECH, Red Flag, and Compliance Toolkit: The Perfect Storm of Sales Opportunities 

NEW TOOLS FOR NEW RULES: Another series of session topics will explore the improved use of today’s emerging sales and marketing tools.  Among those sessions are: 

  • SOCIAL BUTTERFLIES: Effective Strategies for Using the top Social Networking Websites to Increase Secure Destruction Sales
  • GA GA OVER GOOGLE: Understanding How Google Ad Words Work and How to Make Them Work for You

In each case, planners have tapped presenters from inside and outside the industry who have already demonstrated impressive results from deploying these tools. 

This is only a small sample.  The 2010 Conference Committee has a range of sessions on topics such as hard drive destruction, computer recycling, buying local competitors, as well as several unveilings of new NAID initiatives that will dramatically affect the secure destruction industry.  

The 2010 NAID Annual Conference will be held on March 3-5 at the Red Rock Resort and Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada.  Registrations will open on December 1st, when the full schedule will be released on the NAID website.  The 2010 NAID Annual Conference brochure with full details will also be mailed to the entire industry the first week of December.