CHICAGO, Mar. 27, 2013 -- NAMA OneShow attendees who are planning to participate in the micro market seminar on Tuesday, April 23, must register by March 31 to take advantage of the advance fee of $129 pp, according to LyNae Schleyer, NCE, CMP, NAMA's vice president, meetings and events. Beginning April 1, the session price will increase to $169 pp.
The day-long session, titled "Where We Are, Where We're Going and How to Get There," is scheduled for 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. and will be led by industry expert and consultant Brad Bachtelle of Bachtelle & Associates.
When asked about the session Schleyer said, "Self-checkout micro markets are the fastest growing segment in vending and refreshment services, and this session will deliver many key findings that will be crucial to an operator's long term success in this market."
One of our industry's premiere consultants, Brad Bachtelle of Bachtelle & Associates, will share exclusive access to new research which will reveal previously unavailable insights and a variety of presenters will also contribute to this day-long workshop. It is a program rich with priceless analysis and recommendations that will be invaluable for anyone interested in succeeding in this exploding new channel."
In addition to Bachtelle, other industry experts will contribute to this session covering topics such as best practices, current data from micro-market operations, sales volumes, merchandising, product proliferation, fresh/nonfood products, equipment, transaction analysis, warehouse and route logistics, product security and shrinkage control. A working lunch is included with registration.
"Don't be left behind. Micro markets are one of the fastest growing trends in our industry today, and this is your chance to keep up and learn everything you need to succeed. So register today and save. You'll be glad you did," concluded Schleyer.
For more information visit www.namaoneshow.org.
The NAMA OneShow 2013, April 24 - 26 at the Venetian-Sands Resort in Las Vegas, is the largest trade show for the vending and refreshment services industry with more than 4,500 exhibitors and participants. In addition to a dynamic show floor featuring business-building opportunities, OneShow provides educational and networking to inspire a new generation of industry leaders. www.NAMAOneShow.org
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