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MMTA Business of Boating Conference Opens Registration - January 17, 2019


MMTA Business of Boating Conference Opens Registration - January 17, 2019

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Default MMTA Business of Boating Conference Opens Registration - January 17, 2019

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New Location– Showcase Live – Patriot Place – Foxboro, MA

The Massachusetts Marine Trades Association (MMTA) is pleased to announce it will host the annual Business of Boating (BOB) conference on January 17, 2019 at Showcase Live – Patriot Place, Foxboro, MA New location, new logo, same great educational conference. From an educational standpoint, attending BOB is a terrific way to start the year. It will feature a full lineup of educational sessions that include the following topics and more:

· Regulatory and government relations update
· Massachusetts employment law update
· Team building ideas for creating a cohesive team
· Effective job descriptions to set expectations
· Recruiting vs. hiring
· Massachusetts workforce training grants and career centers overview
· Attracting and working with millennials
· Service workforce roundtable discussion and industry updates

We are excited that MMTA will also host two networking events on Wednesday, January 16 —the night before the conference. These events include a welcome reception at MMTA member location Bass Pro Shops and a social event at Splitsville luxury lanes. Both locations are onsite at Patriot Place. There are also two hotel options and a block of rooms reserved for conference attendees who join us the night before the conference. We hope many who plan to attend the conference will also join us the night before for these networking events.

For more information on the conference, sponsorship opportunities or to register, please visit: www.boatma.com

Established in 1964, the Massachusetts Marine Trades Association (MMTA) is the statewide, representative body for approximately 1,000 marine trades businesses in the Commonwealth that employ approximately 11,000 men and women. The mission of the Association is to further the interests of the marine trades and the boating public through the promotion of boating, participation in legislation and professional improvement programs.
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