GABB Fall Conference 2016: Mobile Technology Boot Camp
Business has gone mobile. The top producers in business are those who have identified and use an organized mobile office system to stay productive, in communication and are responsive to clients’ needs.
Join the GABB on Sept. 27 for a Mobile Technology Boot Camp and explore some of the best and most effective ways mobile professionals can use their smartphones and tablets for efficiency worldwide.
The GABB Fall Conference will consist of a morning and afternoon session, each awarding three hours of C.E. credit. Attendees may sign up for the whole day, at $100 for members; $150 for non-members; or just one session for $50 for members, $75 for non-members. Registration will close on Sept. 23, so please register early to secure your space.
Breakfast 8:30-9 a.m. Provided by Kim Eells, Vice President, Business Development Officer of Brand Bank.
9-12 noon: Productivity, Social Media and the Mobile, Global Office
Learn about Cloud Apps, Social Media, managing listing photos for marketing and distribution with Google Multimedia, mobile calendar and document applications, and sharing data with Drive, OneDrive & Dropbox.
Lunch: Noon-1 p.m. Provided by GABB Platinum Sponsor Sarah S. Wheeler, Esq. of Moore & Reese, LLC
1-4 p.m. Time Management and Customer Relationships
This class will teach brokers how to effectively build and maintain a client relationship management (CRM) system as a process to attract, maintain and retain communications with consumers. Attendees will learn about how mobile technology and the cloud computing can help them become more effective at managing clients.
Instructor: G. William James (above) is one of the leading training professionals for handheld computing and mobile technology in the United States for retail, medicine, sales, business and real estate. A sales trainer and seminar presenter since 1986, thousands have heard his enthusiastic yet real-life approach to time management and sales excellence. James was an early user of PDAs, is devoted to handheld computing and has built his career on the technology. In 2003 he began teaching smartphones as well, and today teaches all platforms and devices on the Android, Apple iPad and iPhone, Blackberry, and Windows Mobile operating systems.