Registration Opens for World Conference and Club Business Expo

Alexandria, Virginia, United States: The Club Management Association of America (CMAA) has announced the opening of registration for its 2021 World Conference and Club Business Expo.

The event will take place virtually from March 8-12, allowing attendees to participate from anywhere and everywhere. 

General Sessions will showcase preeminent thought and business leaders outside the industry whose expertise easily translates to success in the club world.

Speakers include NFL Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly, brand ambassador and fun expert Dave Raymond, renowned mental conditioning expert Trevor Moawad and game-changing sports agent Molly Fletcher.

More than 60 concurrent sessions will be presented by industry experts, consultants, and practitioners and will address the complex challenges facing today’s club management professionals to adapt, evolve, and improve.

Interactive networking breaks will connect attendees on relevant topics and specially selected education sessions each day will feature collaboration opportunities and discussion engagement.

The Club Business Expo, one of the hospitality industry’s fastest growing shows, will showcase industry innovations through the Conference week. Nearly every product and service that a club management professional could purchase for his or her club is available in the Expo.

CMAA’s World Conference is the largest gathering of club industry professionals, held annually since 1927. Unparalleled professional development and education, career-enhancing networking opportunities, and a showcase of the latest innovations available—the Club Business Expo—make this a must-attend event for club management professionals.

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