More business, less risk

The annual Build Business--scheduled July 15-18 in Las Vegas--is geared toward helping design and building professionals evaluate and mitigate risk, and increase chances for success.


Build Business, SMPS National Conference
Build Business , the annual SMPS National Conference, is a business development, marketing, and management conference for the design and building industry. Scheduled July 15-18 in Las Vegas, the event gives professionals the opportunity to connect and do business with 1,000 firm leaders and seasoned industry leaders. Attendees can learn how other companies are evaluating risk and responding to the volatile marketplace with creative strategies to position themselves for success.

The three-day conference includes 30 learning sessions, keynote speakers, and networking opportunities.

Register today , as fees increase after Jan. 31.

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