Eight New Training Events From Nexion

denverNexion has announced a series of eight regional NEX-Door networking and training events.

The initial event will kick off in Denver, Colorado, on May 5, and each NEX-Door session will include at least one training session uniquely geared to the agent makeup of the specific city location. In every city, the NEX-Door events will include roundtable discussions, multiple training sessions, and a trade show – in addition to networking opportunities with colleagues, Nexion headquarters staff and local supplier representatives.

The unique theme for the Denver NEX-Door event is “Across the Pond: Destination Europe” – which will focus on selling Europe to “first-timers.” Attendees will learn how to qualify, select and present Europe vacations, whether land-based or cruise, to clients. Particularly with the strong value of the U.S. dollar, this is a very timely topic. In addition to the location-specific aspect of the training, attendees will also have the opportunity to learn how to utilize the various Nexion marketing programs in order to grow their business, and take part in roundtable presentations and a trade show from approximately 20 supplier partners.


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All of the events are complimentary for Nexion members who are either local to the area or are interested in the targeted training for each city.The themes for the other Spring NEX-Door events include: multi-generational travel (Orlando), destinations around the world (Houston) and luxury travel (Chicago).

Here is a full list of the 2015 Nexion NEX-Door event dates and locations:

Denver, May 5
Orlando, May 7
Houston, May 19
Chicago, May 21

Baltimore, October 20
Atlanta, October 22
Anaheim, November 4
San Jose, November 6

Nexion members can learn more about the NEX-Door events and register to attend by visiting Nexion.com/NEXdoor.

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