Sharpen Your Pencils for the AAPEX Learning Forum

School is going to be in session like never before in Las Vegas during the AAPEX Learning Forum. This year’s program boasts 32 free-of-charge, value-added sessions – more opportunities than ever before. There are so many sessions, in fact, that this year, the AAPEX Learning Forum is starting A DAY EARLY — Monday, Oct. 29 at 1 p.m. — with six dynamite presentations, covering topics from intellectual property to brand differentiation, to intellectual property and the importance of company culture.

So now as you’re shopping for your Las Vegas flights and accommodations, make sure to factor the AAPEX Learning Forum into your plans for the ultimate AAPEX experience. Your company can’t afford to pass up these unprecedented multiple daily opportunities to learn about such topics as raw material costs, operations management, connected cars, international trade and remote workforces (just to name a few). Click here for the full agenda.

Also featured this year is a technical training program for installers, technicians and shop owners offered by Audio-Video, Inc. (AVI), on Monday, Oct. 29 and Tuesday, Oct. 30 at The Venetian (There is a fee and registration is required.).

With all of these dynamic sessions during one week — AAPEX – and in one place – The Venetian — not to mention the continuing education units (CEUs) offered at each one – how could you not take advantage of these unprecedented learning opportunities?

For more information, visit www.aapexshow.com  and connect with AAPEX on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.

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