Registration is open for NHLA’s first-ever virtual conference

August 26, 2020

By: The Working Forest Staff

 

Have you registered?

NHLA is bringing you three days of inspiration and learning streamed straight to your computer! COVID-19 may have forced the cancellation of our in-person event but the show will go on this fall with the 2020 NHLA On Demand Conference & Exhibition.

 

While the format may be different, attendees will still have access to the same great line-up of keynote speakers, industry-specific educational sessions, exhibitors, and networking opportunities. NHLA is here to bring you value and help you stay connected until we can be together in-person again.

 

We are excited to announce that all content will be available FREE of CHARGE through the support of Cascade Hardwood, a member that believes in the mission of the Association and the need for the hardwood industry to remain informed, optimistic, and well-connected during these times.

VIRTUAL EXHIBIT HALL

 

In addition to the education webinars, attendees can also visit exhibitors through a new interactive Exhibition Floor Plan. The interactive plan will allow attendees to connect with exhibitors all year long. Attendees will be able to find an exhibitor by name, booth or category, see an exhibitor’s profile and bookmark a booth. The interactive Exhibition will launch September 1st.

NEED ANOTHER REASON
And if you needed another reason to sign-up! Register and you might win an Apple Watch!!! The winner will be announced during the Sept. 22nd Town Hall/Membership Meeting!

 

What are you waiting for…Register Today!

 

 

   
   

Keynote Speaker Dan North

Thursday, Sept. 24

at 10am cst

Sponsored by

As one of the leading U.S.economists, Dan North has appeared on CNBC, Fox Business News, ABC News Now, France 24, and Bloomberg Radio and Television. He will share his insights and attendees will learn about the latest trends and analyses to help keep your business growing.

 

 
 
 
     

 

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