LIVEXCHANGE 2013: Corporate Executives Give LiveXchange Rave Reviews

LIVEXCHANGE 2013: Corporate Executives Give LiveXchange Rave Reviews


http://businessfacilities.com/2013/04/livexchange-2013-corporate-executives-give-livexchange-rave-reviews/
Executives who have attended LiveXchange in the past have given the event rave reviews for providing the information and contacts they need to make their location project successful, all in a short period of time. The event will take place May 19 - 21, 2013 at the Westin Stonebriar in Dallas, TX.

LIVEXCHANGE 2013: Corporate Executives Give LiveXchange Rave Reviews

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedintumblrmail

LIVEXCHANGE 2013: Corporate Executives Give LiveXchange Rave Reviews

Choosing a location for your company’s relocation or expansion project can be a complicated, time consuming and potentially expensive proposition. Thanks to Business Facilities LiveXchange, you can narrow your location search in just two days out of the office, at no cost to you. You will meet one-on-one with economic development agencies from prime locations across the U.S., learn site selection strategies from experts in the field of relocation and expansion, and network with your peers, economic development representatives, and top real estate consultants.

Executives who have attended LiveXchange in the past have given the event rave reviews for providing the information and contacts they need to make their location project successful, all in a short period of time.

“This is a tremendous event,” said Mike Michalski, President, MCS Strategies.  “LiveXchange is an excellent opportunity because we’re getting critical information from a number of states and locations for my project.”

“LiveXchange is a different venue than I’m used to,” commented Steve Bonine, Manager, Global Grants and Incentives, DuPont. “It’s low-key, a lot of quiet one-on-one time so I can get more in-depth with service providers than I’m used to.  It’s time well spent for me.”

“This has been a great experience,” said Robin Spinks, Partner, Greenfield Consulting.  “It’s like speed-dating and it works.  I like the combination of seminars and one-on-one meetings.  I’m going home with a stack of information and great contacts.  This has very much exceeded my expectations.”

What makes LiveXchange different from other site selection conferences?

  • LiveXchange is a not a typical industry trade show with an exhibit hall. At LiveXchange, you’ll meet one-on-one with economic development agencies from around the country specifically to discuss your project.  No other conference offers you the opportunity to get this in-depth with economic developers to narrow your site search.
  • LiveXchange is a completely free to attend.  All approved attendees will receive complimentary accommodations for two nights at the Westin Stonebriar, plus a $350 stipend towards airfare and ground transfers. Executives will enjoy two group dinners, two group lunches, two group breakfasts, a welcome reception, coffee breaks, and a Monday night networking event at no cost. Other industry conferences cost as much as $1,700 to attend.
  • The educational sessions offered at LiveXchange are specifically designed to offer the practical and strategic information you need to make better decisions about your site relocation/expansion project.

To learn more about LiveXchange, or to apply to attend, please visit http://www.bflivexchange.com/.

You Might Like:

  • Premier Corporate Site Selection Event Happens Next MonthJoin us April 17-19 at the Hyatt Regency Pier Sixty-Six in Fort Lauderdale, FL for Business Facilities LiveXchange, the premier site selection event for corporate site selectors and consultants.
  • Leading FDI Experts Analyze Global Trends At LiveXchangeThe 12th Annual Business Facilities' LiveXchange event kicked off at the Hyatt Regency Pier Sixty-Six in Fort Lauderdale, FL with a high-level keynote panel discussion featuring leading experts on foreign direct investment.
  • Keeping In TouchA constant dialogue between local businesses and economic development organizations is a key that unlocks growth. Elk Grove Village sets a great example.
  • Did You Miss “The Big Lies Of Workforce” Webinar?When it comes to the critical priority of workforce availability, site selection professionals evaluating locations for new projects need to separate the truth from an incoming cascade of false market signals.

LEAVE A REPLY