The Cabinet Makers Association (CMA) is pleased to announce that Henry “Dutch” Hempel will deliver the closing keynote address at their 20th Anniversary Conference, which will be held March 1-2, 2018 in Denver.
A renowned business coach, Dutch has 24 years of experience in the construction and design industries. He specializes in educating business owners and staff in effective business development and communication methods and strategies. His “no nonsense” methods focus on action backed by proven theories and results.
At the CMA conference, Dutch’s closing keynote will cover how to communicate effectively throughout the entire sales process. “From Estimating to Implementation: Improving Communications for Presenting Fact Based Documents” will help business owners gain a better understanding of their customers, develop a business and marketing strategy to communicate their unique value, and develop the leadership skills needed to see the job through to completion.
The CMA has made it affordable for attendees to participate in their first-ever national conference. The registration fee for this two-day event is only $100 for general members. They also have a special offer for non-members: a one-year CMA membership is part of their $375 registration fee. “CMA members often tell me that they wish they had known about the association sooner,” explained Matt Krig, president of the CMA’s Board of Directors. “This conference and the one-year membership will provide a great opportunity to get to know the CMA community and see what they’ve been missing.”
For more information and to register, please visit: www.cabinetmakers.org/denver
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