Plan To Attend
The 14th Consultants Forum will be held December 2-4, 2012 at the outstanding seaside hotel One Ocean, Atlantic Beach (Jacksonville), Florida. Organized by Area Development Magazine, The Consultants Forum series of events are considered the industry's premier conferences to attend and a "must" for serious ED practitioners.
This Forum will offer attendees a full program of presentations, roundtable discussions and panels with industry executives to look towards the landscape after the national election and what impact it will have on the economy for 2013 and beyond. Led by outstanding speakers from among today's most active site consultants, business advisors and industry executives this Forum will address the leading issues, strategies and best practices necessary for succeeding as the economy continues to emerge from recession.
The Forum opens Sunday with an evening “by the sea” Reception and Dinner followed by an intense Monday-Tuesday program of sessions designed to focus on those subjects and issues that will dominate the 2013 economy. Each day’s program includes a series of valuable networking breaks, receptions and meals where you can have the opportunity to meet and talk with speakers and colleagues. On Monday the Forum will have an enjoyable evening away from the hotel for further networking with a relaxed Reception and Dinner at one of Jacksonville’s finest upscale restaurants. Following Tuesday’s closing lunch you are ready to leave for home or office.
Substance With Style
Known for its limited seat boutique style, the Consultant's Forum offers an all business, concise and no nonsense program, with engaging speakers and an excellent networking environment that fills your time productively.
The Consultants Forum program is designed to provide ED professionals at all levels with a valuable insider's view of how a post election economy will affect your program in 2013 and beyond.
Each Consultants Forum has sold out since the first in 2006 and we expect our Jacksonville Forum to draw an early "sell out" registration. Seating is limited strictly to 100 delegates.