All submissions are due by Friday, Oct. 9, 2020. Please read below and submit your proposal here.
What We Are Looking For
NARPM is seeking original and innovative stories from leaders that will enable attendees to share with and learn from one another about how to best navigate the ever changing landscape of property management. Sessions should include hands-on activities, exercises to engage the attendees, or other methods that promote lively participation. NARPM is specifically requesting presentations which include tools, documents, and programs that can be shared with peers, as well as exercises to enhance learning and provide tangible takeaways from the sessions.
The proposals will be reviewed by NARPM’s Broker/Owner Conference Planning Committee. When selecting topics and speakers, they will be asking the question, “How can attendees use this information when they return to their businesses after the conference?”
Please feel free to contact Brooke Doty, Conferences & Conventions Coordinator, if you have any questions or concerns during the submission process via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our 2021 Broker/Owner Committee is working on another great event. Stay tuned for more information! I would like to personally invite you to attend the the 2021 Broker/Owner Conference & Expo, being held at Mohegan Sun Resort in Uncasville, Connecticut. You can’t put a price on proven solutions that arm you with the information you need to make important decision in your business. Access to this caliber of elite industry influencers sharing their expertise is rare; that’s why this event is only for dedicated business leaders. 2021’s event is organized by Danyel Brooks, RMP®, Convention Committee Chair, and Brooke Doty, CMP, NARPM® Convention Planner, along with a team of dedicated volunteers. They are putting together an amazing event. —Kellie Tollifson, MPM® RMP®, 2020 President
March 28-30, 2022
Hyatt Regency Hill Country
San Antonio, TX
Note: NARPM does not use 3rd party contractors to book hotel rooms and attendees should only book their rooms directly with the hotel.