Stay in the loop.
If you’re like ICND, you hate missing out on industry news.
Your company realizes that vacation rental marketing strategies change drastically from year-to-year (heck – sometimes even month-to-month!). That’s why you need to join us in Wilmington, NC on October 26th for the 2016 VRM Intel Live! Conference.
You’ll get the chance to see some of the top names in our industry give never-before-seen presentations you simply can’t afford to miss!
Just to name a few:
– 2017 Marketing Plans with Amy Hinote
– Cutting Costs and Increasing Profitability with Ben Edwards
– Listing Site Optimization and Independence with Amber Mayer
Click here to get the full schedule for VRM Intel Live! 2016.
Don’t let the competition pass you by.
In an industry that changes as rapidly as Vacation Rental Marketing, events like VRM Intel are of utmost importance. But it’s not simply the fact that you’ll learn new strategies at the conference that makes it so important.
The thing is, everyone who attends will learn these new tactics.
That means that if your company has decided not to attend VRM Intel Live! this year, they are essentially handing over the reigns to all their competitors – who will surely be there.
Join ICND in making sure the foothold you’ve worked so hard to achieve isn’t lost completely due to a single poor decision.
Get your name out there.
But VRM Intel Live! isn’t all about the competition.
You know as well as ICND that getting your well-earned good reputation out into the industry while building new business relationships can be equally important. This conference is the perfect opportunity for that.
Some of the biggest names in the vacation rental marketing industry have already signed up to attend, so don’t miss your chance to meet them face-to-face & in one place!
Can’t make it in October?
That’s perfectly okay! Team ICND will also be attending the VRM Intel Live! Conference in Sandestin, FL on November 30th. It features all of the same presentations and events, so we hope to see you there too!
Click here if you still need to purchase tickets for the Wilmington Conference.