“Where else can you get the same high level
of expertise from industry peers?
What could you learn from other CFMs, and
what is that value worth to you and your company?”
Discover the Possibilities
Keeping up with past Conferences, this year’s General
Sessions offer relevant, timely how-to solutions for the areas
important to your company’s performance throughout 2011
Whether participating in Conference activities or sharing your
professional experiences with colleagues and friends, you
can’t beat the experiences at CFMA’s Conference. Take a
moment and check out You Tube ( http://alturl.com/msida) to
see what I’m talking about.
Time and again, CFMA’s Conferences are applauded for the fun
and exciting networking opportunities they provide. Participate in CFMA’s Golf Tournament at the only NFL-themed golf
club – the Cowboys Golf Club. Then, kick off the Conference
at the Welcome Reception, and don’t forget to stop by the
Exhibition floor during the trade show hours and enter the
prize drawings. And, you won’t want to miss CFMA’s Glass
Cactus Event for an evening of live entertainment and dancing.
General Session I will give us the opportunity to hear from
Mark Scharenbroich on Making Connections that Move
People, and how we can help our employees and ourselves
reignite the passion and connection to our work that will propel us forward in 2011.
If you’ve never attended CFMA’s Annual Conference, what
has kept you from doing so? Are those reasons really worth
more than the education and networking opportunities available at the Conference?
In General Session II, Anirban Basu will present Your 19th
Nervous Breakdown, with an economic outlook for the year
ahead and a discussion about its sustainability. James Spellos,
the top-rated speaker from the past two years, will present
General Session III on Social Networking and how it affects
your everyday business.
Talk to someone you know who has attended a Conference to
hear how they came to the decision to attend. I hope to see
you in Texas! ;
To close this year’s Conference, we will hear from Dr. Kenneth
Cooper, inventor of “aerobics” fitness, as he shares ideas
about The Value of Prevention and how it can reduce healthcare costs, increase productivity, and prolong and improve
the quality of life.
SHANE G. HALL is the Controller for Story Construction
Company, Ames, IA. He is the Co-Chair of CFMA’s
Conference Planning Committee.
Share the Experiences
It is my sincere belief that what you get back in value from
CFMA is directly related to the amount of participation that
you put into it. So, push your participation beyond reading
CFMA Building Profits and attending your local CFMA
chapter meetings – experience CFMA’s Annual Conference.
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Where else can you get the same high level of expertise from
industry peers? What could you learn from other CFMs, and
what is that value worth to you and your company? CFMA’s
2011 Annual Conference is your chance to experience CFMA.