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The Craft and Hobby Association (CHA) announced a new name change of the Craft and Hobby Association Convention and Trade Show to the Craft and Hobby Association Conference and Trade Show....... Well, now that we got that out of the way, this change apparently reflects the growing importance of education in helping craft and hobby professionals cope and succeed in today's marketplace by providing a greater number of industry professionals with access to CHA's Trade Show, educational sessions, networking opportunities and special events.
According to the 2010 CHA Member Satisfaction Survey, one of the top two requests for member benefits included providing educational programs that were pertinent to the craft industry. And even though a majority of respondents reported providing educational programs as an important Association function, 42% had never participated in CHA education. In previous surveys conducted, however, schedule conflicts and price were the top two reasons for not taking classes.
For their 2011 Winter Show in Los Angeles, CHA will implement an exciting new Conference model that is said to provide all attendees with greater value, more convenient hours, greater networking opportunities and unlimited access to the CHA Trade Show floor. Attendees are also said to get unlimited access to Conference programs as well as networking opportunities and special events too. This new Conference model for the CHA takes cues from other successful programs that are currently being used by many of the leading trade show organizations.
The CHA 2011 Winter Conference will feature educational sessions which are customized for things like member types, hands-on craft technique training, a variety of networking opportunities and provide attendees with unlimited access to all seminars, workshops and special events for only $25. All exhibitors at the CHA Trade Show have the $25 fee, and now all attendees and exhibitors will have full access to to the CHA conference including business sessions, networking events and special events that include the Keynote presentation, Show Event/Party, International Reception and the Welcome Reception.
To help accommodate this focus on education and to eliminate conflicts, the trade show floor hours have been moved up an hour and will run from 10 am to 6 pm during the first three days of the show. These new hours will provide attendees and exhibitors a full 8 hours of access to the show floor with greater flexibility to participate in education and networking opportunities only offered at CHA Shows.
According to President and CEO of CHA Steve Berger, "We believe the new Conference model and Trade Show enhancements are very valuable new benefits to our members. They were designed to help all attendees and exhibitors take advantage of the many educational and networking opportunities without the burden of additional costs."
"Having unlimited access to valuable business education and networking opportunities will provide CHA members with the information and insights they need to successfully navigate challenges and grow their businesses during challenging economic times," according to Michael McCooey, CHA Board Chair.
Attendees will have a lot to look forward to at the 2011 CHA Conference and Trade Show. The new model should help people manage time and really get the full experience of the show. The show is scheduled to run from January 29 to February 1, 2011 at the Los Angeles Convention Center in Los Angeles, California.
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On January 5 through January 7, 2011, green industry leaders from five different states will gather at the Minneapolis Convention Center for the Northern Green Expo 2011. The Northern Green Expo is the largest trade show and educational conference in the north central region of the country which is dedicated exclusively to green industry professionals. The MNLA (Minnesota Nursery and Landscape Association) as well as the MTGF (Minnesota Turf and Grounds Foundation) partner up each year to bring you the event.
According to Bob Fitch, Executive Director of the Minnesota Nursery and Landscape Association, "Re-discover the Green Expo and re-energize your team for the coming year. There will be several changes to the show this year including an updated show floor layout and education schedule changes requested by attendees. You can expect this and much more from the 2011 Northern Green Expo." Well, it is good to see an organization that values the opinions and desires of its attendees.
People attending the Northern Green Expo
2011 will enjoy a keynote address from Steve Keating of the Toro Company. But he isn't the only one. Other featured speakers include Whitney Cranshaw (Colorado
State University), John Greenlee (Greenlee Nursery), Chris Hansen (Great Garden Plants), Chris Heiler (LandscapeLeadership.com), Pat Jones (Golf Course Industry Magazine), Chip Osbourne (Osbourne Organics), Christy Webber (Christy Webber Landscapes) and a ton more.
"We have outstanding educational opportunities planned, but don't forget the networking opportunities are also a huge emphasis - and you'll have plenty of them," said Fitch. "Be sure to talk to seminar leaders and other industry experts at the show to get their perspective on the upcoming year."
The Northern Green Expo has been around for 8 years and has averaged almost 7,500 attendees at each show. Key owners as well as other management personnel focused on purchasing decisions comprise a large portion of the attendance. According to Fitch, "We have a loyal and powerful buying force at Expo."
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If you are interested in exhibiting at the Northern Green Expo 2011, then you can get all the exhibitor info on the Northern Green Expo's website. The Northern Green Expo 2011 will be taking place January 5 through January 7, 2011 at the Minneapolis Convention Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
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Anyone who has traveled with company owned technology has most likely experienced that uneasy feeling that one is sure to get when airport security scrutinizes their luggage or when carry on bags are left in overhead compartments away from where the owner is sitting because it wouldn’t quite fit in the one directly overhead. And if one is traveling with digital devices that are storing company information that is particularly sensitive, the thought is bound to occur to the traveler: I wonder how safe this company info is in the hands of security officials or that random stranger who moves my bag in the storage bin to make room for his or her own luggage?
The truth is, as long as sensitive company information is being stored on the computer that one is traveling with, that information is not in the strictest sense safe. After all, laptops can be misplaced, or worse, stolen; and whether intentional or not, sensitive information can end up being leaked due to such mishaps.
Therein lies the value of laptop or other portable device rentals from Rentacomputer.com. With a laptop rental, for example, one can not only reduce the risk of damage to company technology but can also set up that laptop rental to access company information remotely if the company’s IT model is sufficiently concentric, leaving that sensitive information secure behind your company’s firewalls. So, if or when a laptop is misplaced, damaged or stolen, such scenarios pose no threat to the integrity of your company’s information since it is not stored on the machine itself at all.
Moreover, a given laptop rental can be delivered right to your office or destination with your company software preloaded, so that the machine is absolutely ready to access company info and deal with it in a way that is appropriate to your company’s established IT paradigms. So in one fell swoop all of the potential dangers of having company employees travel with sensitive info can be eliminated, since in reality with a laptop rental the traveler does not travel with any technology at all. Even if your company’s IT model is not a concentric one and does not cater to remote access, the security benefits of renting a portable device still greatly outweigh the potential consequences of traveling with personal or company-owned devices. A single phone call to a Tech Travel Agent can render a solution for your company’s data integrity.
New York is setting the stage for over 100 of the country's best artists and artisans to sell their original works to retailers from all over the world. This show centers on the nation's top buyers of home decor, textile, tabletop, decorative accessories and even gift ware.
Visitors to the One of a Kind Show New York typically consist of top executives, specialists, managers and private proprietors of New Year and Easter goods, among others, and guests will be treated to gifts, accessories, Phyto-design, decorations, greeting cards, pyrotechnics, electrical garlands, gift packages, interior goods, glass, pottery works and a lot more.
Profiles for exhibits usually include New Year's Trees and decorations, electrical garlands, fireworks, pyrotechnics, fancy dresses, masks & accessories, Easter goods, fancy packages and accessories, Phyto-design decorative furnishings, interior goods, glass, ceramics, postcards, balloons and pneumoconstructions, and celebration services.
If you are into art, then you need to check out the One of a Kind Show New York. It is one of the best places to see new artists and their original works and the best place to get the things mentioned above. The One of a Kind Show New York takes place December 11th through the 13th, 2011 at Pier 94 in New York City, New York.
*Rentacomputer.com is not affiliated with nor in any way authorized by Pier 94 or the One of a Kind Show New York 2011. Rentacomputer.com is an independent nationwide technology rental provider and this page in no way implies exclusivity of our services at Pier 94 or the One of a Kind Show New York 2011.
Almost everyone is a Christmas shopper, and even the most frugal person can spend a nice chunk of change on presents. While Christmas shopping is a necessity that most people can't avoid, there are ways to make it easier. The best way to avoid the press of the crowd and the anxiety of finding the right gift before it's snatched off the shelf is to shop online. At first online shopping was exclusive for people who were very familiar with computers and had a credit card, but today the privilege of shopping from home is extended to even the most basic computer users. Here are some reasons to shop online and not let the Christmas cheer be squashed by shopping stress.
Number 5-Distraction free
Everyone has experienced the feeling of going to the store for a certain item and being so overwhelmed by the size of the place and vast amounts of products that they eventually leave with everything but what they originally came for. It is difficult to stay focused when faced with a store as big as the ones that are common today. Focus is important when Christmas shopping and when shopping online it is easy to search for exactly what is needed without a ton of distractions. The process is quick and easy. Straightforward online shopping is a refreshing change from the rush of malls and department stores.
Number 4- You're alone!
One of the more frustrating aspects of shopping at malls are the people there. There are huge families, screaming children, hoards of teenagers, and the single old woman paying with a check or pocket change. As much as someone tries, to keep in the Christmas spirit surrounded by every example of society can make it nearly impossible. By shopping online shoppers can browse at their leisure without being shoved aside by someone after the same item.
Number 3-No aggressive shopping
After black Friday the race is on for the special select Christmas items. Hoards upon hoards of people will wait outside stores to grab something, be it a toy or a new television. By shopping on the internet a person can reserve an item and have it shipped directly to their house without any tent camping or fighting other mothers for the "it" toy of the season. Reservations can be made for almost any item, and once the reservation is made the customer is guaranteed to get the item they paid for. It is a no-stress way to get everyone the perfect gift.
Number 2-A better selection
In the stores customers either get what's in stock or they get to wait on the next delivery. Some towns only have the most basic places to shop, and there is nothing unique to be found for miles. On the internet anything is possible. Some websites offer used vintage items that can't be found anywhere else for the hip present receiver, while other sites offer items that have been discontinued. Older shoppers looking for the perfect computer for the younger generation can find any model of computer, from Dell to Apple, online. There are overstock stores, discount stores, specialty stores, and everything else under the sun. Online shopping is the equivalent of having every store in the world at the disposal of the savvy internet shopper.
Number 1-No leaving home
The biggest and most obvious draw of internet shopping is that it can be done from home at the leisure of the buyer. No black Friday, no last-minute Christmas Eve shopping. If something comes to mind that needs to be bought, all the shopper needs to do is jump on to their computer and order it up. Internet shopping takes the stress out of Christmas shopping all together. Anyone can order all the presents for under the tree in their pajamas while the Christmas cookies are in the oven.
This Christmas season no one should have to worry about braving the madness of holiday mall shopping. Even those who don't own a computer can rent a laptop for the season and do all of their shopping with no stress whatsoever. Online shopping isn't just for the computer literate anymore; it's for everyone.