Torrance, CA (July 19, 2005) — Xplor International, the worldwide electronic document systems association, today reported that the combination of location and attractive attendance fees are primary factors for a high early registration at their upcoming Vision 2005 Conference. Taking place November 11-13, 2005 at the Coronado Springs Resort in Orlando, Florida, Xplor is offering members a day and half of professional development, two night’s hotel accommodations, meals and evening networking events, starting at only $425 for Xplor and PIA/GATF member ($625 non-members). In addition, for an extra nominal fee, attendees can participate in Xplor’s leadership program, an additional day and a half with an additional night at the hotel and evening event at Epcot Center. Potential attendees should strongly consider registering as soon as possible as, space is limited and will no doubt sell-out quickly.
Xplor’s Vision 2005 Conference is an annual educational forum for all industry professionals from the electronic document, commercial printing and communications professionals industries. The three-day event features two components, a professional development program for all business professionals and a leadership program designed for, but not limited to, Xplor members that focuses on managing and growing their regional and chapter memberships. The professional development program will be led by keynote David A. Goldsmith and will provide attendees with the secrets of Dynamic Leadership, a style of management that maximizes time and efforts while managing and building teams. The professional development program kicks off the three-day event on Friday, November 11, followed by Xplor’s leadership program on Saturday.
Vision 2005 Conference includes two components, a professional development program providing education to all business professionals and a leadership program designed for, but not limited to, Xplor members that focuses on managing and growing their regional and chapter memberships. The full agenda for all three days is as follows.
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