Trade shows offer opportunity for networking and marketing.On Wednesday, September 17, 1997, the New York New York, state, United States
New York, Middle Atlantic state of the United States. It is bordered by Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and the Atlantic Ocean (E), New Jersey and Pennsylvania (S), Lakes Erie and Ontario and the Canadian province of Association of Realty Managers (NYARM NYARM New York Association of Realty Managers ), the leading property management organization in New York, will host its ninth annual trade show, the NY-ARM Real Estate Expo '97.
To be held at the Exhibition Hall at Madison Square Garden
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Western Conference Eastern Conference , 33rd Street and Seventh Avenue, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., this one day event has grown and thrived through the years See also Through The Years (Gary Glitter song) or Through The Years (Tim Finn song). For the Jethro Tull album, see Through the Years (Jethro Tull). For the Artillery box set, see Through the Years (Artillery album). and continues to attract members of the real estate industry, who are admitted free with pre-registration.
Visiting an industry trade show is probably the most effective networking vehicle available to the professional real estate manager. Here, under one roof and in just a few hours, you can view the latest services, technologies and merchandise in the marketplace, speak with representatives of these companies and receive expert advice and instruction in their use and application. It is also the perfect opportunity to network with your peers, exchanging ideas and information.
As education is NYARM's main tenet, two informative seminars will be presented at the show. The 10 a.m. morning forum, "Dealing With Employee Discrimination Claims," is a unique opportunity to learn, first-hand from a group of noted panelists, what can be done to avoid discrimination lawsuits and present a winning argument.
At 2 p.m., an informal, roundtable discussion entitled "Conflict and Resolution: How To Deal With Your Residents" will be presented. This fun-filled program gives the manager the opportunity to "dish the dirt Verb 1. dish the dirt - wag one's tongue; speak about others and reveal secrets or intimacies; "She won't dish the dirt"
talk, speak - exchange thoughts; talk with; "We often talk business"; "Actions talk louder than words" " with colleagues and learn how to cope with on-the-job situations, and learn how to deal effectively and solve problems with your residents.
Both seminars carry certification and re-certification credits for the designation nyarm (new york accredited accredited
recognition by an appropriate authority that the performance of a particular institution has satisfied a prestated set of criteria.
cattle herds which have achieved a low level of reactors to, e.g. realty manager), a prestigious title held by hundreds of real estate professionals, recognized by the industry as an endorsement of experience, education and erudition er·u·di·tion
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There is no more effective marketing tool than exhibiting at an industry trade show. Having a presence at the Expo offers an unparalleled opportunity for the hundreds of vendors, contractors and service people to meet more prospective clients in one day than a team of salesman could visit in one month. For many exhibitors, it is the opportunity to attach a face to a voice they had only experienced over the phone.
All in all, there are few better networking/marketing vehicles than trade shows. The event offers the singular opportunity to meet and greet literally hundreds of people connected to the real estate industry under one roof, in just a few hours, in a lively pro-marketing atmosphere.
On a more regular basis, NYARM's monthly luncheons and dinners, open to both members and guests, offer other excellent opportunities to network and market. During the cocktail hour, guests have a chance to mingle and chat in a relaxed, social atmosphere while, during the food service, listen to a prominent keynote speaker associated with the real estate industry. Last year's roster included Commissioner Gaston Silva, NYC NYC
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NYC New York City Department of Buildings; Commissioner Jose Maldonado, NYC Department of Consumer Affairs; Charles Millard
Charles Hibbert (Charlie) Millard (August 25, 1896 - November 24, 1978) was a Canadian trade union activist and politician.
He was born in St. , President of the NYC Economic Development Corporation; and Councilwoman C. Virginia Fields C. Virginia Fields is the former Borough President of Manhattan, elected in 1997 and reelected in 2001. Her term expired in January 2006.
C. (Clara) Virginia Fields was born in Birmingham, Alabama circa 1946 and received her B.A. .
The fall schedule of speakers is no less prestigious. On September 24th, Patricia Grayson, Outreach Coordinator for NYC's Department of Sanitation, returns to NYARM to explain the latest recycling laws in her unique, humorous manner. On October 22nd, we welcome Assemblyman Jules Polonetsky, candidate for NYC Public Advocate an the Republican ticket.
Luncheon meetings are held at Tavern on the Green Tavern on the Green is a restaurant located in Central Park, New York City. Of the several dining rooms, the most famous is the Crystal room with windows overlooking the garden. ; dinner meetings at Frank's, and are always enjoyable, informative and network friendly. To register for the NYARM Expo call (212) 486-6186 or fax the pre-registration form found in this issue to (212) 486-6481 For exhibitor or NYARM membership information call 212-505-8770.