Scheduled for February 24-26, the 2021 Annual Conference offers both an in-person and virtual version of the event. Virtual attendees will be able to take advantage of all conference presentations and digital networking opportunities, while in-person attendees at the NFPA Power of Association event will be able to participate in all the virtual opportunities, as well as enjoy face-to-face interactions with other NFPA members at the hotel in Scottsdale.
Video previews for select speaker presentations are now available. Whether you are already registered or need a little more information before you commit to attending, check out these previews to see what insights and takeaways you can expect from conference presentations:
- Peter Zeihan Preview
Impact of Geopolitical Events: Trade, Manufacturing, Energy
- David Nour Preview
The Power and Promise of Digital Relationships
The deadline is also approaching for in-person attendees to book a hotel room for the 2021 Annual Conference at the Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia. The deadline for the NFPA hotel room rate is January 29, 2021 — or when sold out. Learn more and book your hotel room here.
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