The American Supply Association is here to help you adapt, grow and succeed. We provide various resources to our members throughout the year and, in turn, it helps a business build its bottom line. One of the greatest resources ASA has is the annual NETWORK conference. This year, NETWORK2017 will be held at the Omni Nashville Hotel, Oct. 11-13.The theme for this program will be Building Your Bottom Line.

Guest speaker and former NFL quarterback and broadcaster Joe Theismann will discuss the relationships of those we interact with on a daily basis and how these relationships help us “manage a win.” Former Army Ranger Keni Thomas will share how you can embrace your entire team to follow the Special Operations Forces’ motto of being as good as your preparation. Additional presenters will share resources on how to engage with the various generations in the workplace, leadership in times of doubt and using tech tools to advance your business and engage customers and employees. 

As in past years, there will also be valuable networking opportunities. Don’t miss the opportunity to be a part of wholesaler and vendor conference appointments. This anticipated session has more than $12 billion of purchasing power in one room! Wholesalers and suppliers meet to strengthen existing partnerships and explore new connections. No matter the size of your company, these connections are what keeps our industry dynamic and in turn builds the bottom line.  

Don’t miss the most anticipated industry event of the year … NETWORK2017.Continuing to be THE event for the PHCP-PVF industry, ASA will once again fill the event agenda to maximize your time in building and maintaining industry relationships. NETWORK2017 is one of the largest gatherings in the industry. Don’t miss your opportunity to adapt, grow and succeed with your peers …. join us this October in Nashville for NETWORK2017: Building Your Bottom Line.

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This article was originally titled “Building your bottom line” in the March 2017 print edition of Supply House Times.