Business conference set for Oct. 15-16 at Land’s End


Land’s End will host its fourth annual Business, Marketing and Technology Conference Oct. 15-16 at Land’s End Resort. The conference is co-sponsored by the Kenai Peninsula Tourism Marketing Council and the Kenai Peninsula Borough Economic Development District.

Tickets are $99 for businesses and $79 for nonprofit organizations. Those bringing a second person from the same office will receive 50 percent off the second ticket.

Lunch is included for both days.

Topics include digital signage, mobile payments, leadership in the workplace, team-building development and health-care reform, as well as Facebook’s new features,  Pinterest, Google and other tools.

To register, call 235-0400 or fill out the form online at http://www.endofthespit.com/event-registration.php.

 

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