NAFCD outlines Virtual Xperience event details

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Chicago—The North American Association of Floor Covering Distributors (NAFCD) and the North American Building Material Distribution Association (NBMDA) have released the complete details for the fully virtual event—the NAFCD x NBMDA Virtual Xperience.

The NAFCD x NBMDA Virtual Xperience, taking place Nov. 10-12, will offer a full line-up of live education sessions along with multiple networking opportunities and a virtual exhibit hall.

“We are pleased to release the advance program to give attendees a look at our first-ever fully virtual annual convention,” said Kevin Gammonley, NAFCD and NBMDA executive director. “While this year’s event will look a little different, we will still be delivering the same robust education and invaluable networking opportunities as the in-person event. The virtual format will also pave the way to reaching even more individuals in our member firms and attracting new companies that want to learn about what NAFCD and NBMDA can do for them and their business.”

The advance program contains information on trading partner meetings, networking opportunities and session topics featuring the latest leadership, economic, sales and distribution management trends. Included is a detailed Schedule At-a-Glance, a look at the first-ever NAFCD and NBMDA Emerging Distribution Leaders Program, information on the speakers and their presentations and the top 10 reasons distributors should engage in the NAFCD x NBMDA Virtual Experience.

Registration for the NAFCD x NBMDA Virtual Xperience is currently open. Visit here to download the advance program and to register for the virtual event.

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