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PMs to gain ‘real world expertise’ at conference

27 February 2017 Hannah Blackiston
PMs to gain ‘real world expertise’ at conference

The annual LPMA property management conference is back, returning to Jupiters Hotel and Casino on the Gold Coast to provide PMs with expertise and business-building strategies.

LPMA 2017 will take place on 4-5 May, with an impressive line-up of speakers and topics to help PMs boost their skills and business.

Thursday 4 May will be a day of keynote presentations and breakout streams for business owners, property managers and business development. The day will end with the LPMA gala dinner.

Friday 5 May will see a full day of keynote presentations culminating in a closing session by Allan Pease called ‘The Answer’.

“For property management professionals, since 2005, the LPMA annual property management conference has developed a reputation as the event to attend to gain real world property management expertise and business building strategies,” LPMA executive director Bob Walters said.

“Property management professionals were also craving a unique event that supported information sharing, ample networking opportunities with industry specific practitioners and genuine two-way consultative dialogue, not simply an excuse to be away from the office,” Mr Walters said.

The skills covered at the event will include communication, motivating and inspiring your team, time management and productivity, technology, marketing, customer service and client retention, and goal setting and personal achievement.

Speakers include renowned public speaker Robyn Moore, marketing consultant Amanda Stevens, American PM business owner Brad Larsen, PM business thought leader Chris Rolls, PM innovator Ben White and LPMA 2016 Property Manager of the Year Nadine Maroun.

PMs to gain ‘real world expertise’ at conference
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