WIN Reveals Theme For Annual Educational Conference And Awards Celebration

WIN Reveals Theme For Annual Educational Conference And Awards Celebration

“We are seeing rapid and frequent changes daily in the collision repair industry that have an impact on how we work,” said Yolanda Sandor, who is once again serving as co-chair for the Educational Conference Committee. “’Navigating Tomorrow Together’ speaks to the importance of collaboration and encouragement among those in our industry to take on these new challenges.”

Women’s Industry Network (WIN) has announced that “Navigating Tomorrow Together” has been selected as the theme for the 2019 WIN Educational Conference, being held May 6-8, 2019, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

“We are seeing rapid and frequent changes daily in the collision repair industry that have an impact on how we work,” said Yolanda Sandor, who is once again serving as co-chair for the Educational Conference Committee. “’Navigating Tomorrow Together’ speaks to the importance of collaboration and encouragement among those in our industry to take on these new challenges.”

The Westin Beach Resort has been selected as the host property for the event. In addition to Florida sunshine, the property offers more than 36,000 square feet of meeting space suited to accommodate WIN’s growing Conference attendee numbers.

Specifics for the 2019 program will be published as they become available. Program organizers say attendees can anticipate a packed agenda including professional development programming, the Most Influential Women and scholarship awards, and the Annual Scholarship Walk fundraiser. Conference registration will open early 2019.

For more information about the Conference, MIW nominations and scholarship applications, visit womensindustrynetwork.com.

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