ARLINGTON, Texas - Is your business stuck?  Are you looking for ways to gain new customers, boost your bottom line and elevate your marketing? If so, make plans now to attend the 2020 Cabinets & Closets Conference & Expo in Arlington, Texas, June 10-12, where opening keynoter and small business champion, Barry Moltz, will provide you with the tools and formula to get “Unstuck.”
 
As a small business expert with decades of entrepreneurial experience in his own business ventures as well as consulting countless other entrepreneurs, Moltz, who calls himself the “Unstuck Guy,” has discovered the formula to help business owners move forward by unlocking their long-forgotten potential. He will share simple, strategic steps to facilitate change in his opening keynote.
 
Aimed at providing conference attendees a more in-depth business accelerator experience, the Barry Moltz Workshop: “Get Unstuck Part II - Keeping Your Pipeline Full, Closing Sales and Marketing for Your Future,” will topline the Closets track. Registered attendees will be able to submit their business challenges prior to the show and Moltz will work with them to develop a strategic and actionable plan.
 
Plan to attend now. Conference registration is open. Visit cabinetsandclosetsexpo.com to view the complete schedule.
 
To learn more about Moltz, visit barrymoltz.com.

About Cabinets & Closets Conference & Expo
The Cabinets & Closets Conference & Expo (CCCE) has been rescheduled for June 10-12 in Arlington, Texas. CCCE is the annual national event for cabinet and closet professionals and is co-located with Wood Pro Expo. The events are organized by Closets & Organized Storage and FDMC magazines respectively, both part of Woodworking Network.

The Cabinets & Closets event leads off with a full-day executive conference at the Sheraton Arlington Hotel followed by the two-day expo featuring woodworking machinery and supplies at the adjacent Arlington Convention Center. Additional educational programming is offered on both days of the expo. Tours of local manufacturing plants and a networking reception at AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys, are also key components of the event.

Wood Pro Expo features a full day of education at the Sheraton Arlington Hotel followed by two expo days oriented to equipment and supplies focused on the small-to-medium size shops at the adjacent Arlington Convention Center. The educational offering includes CNC basics, employee recruitment, finishing, lean manufacturing, business management, software, and shop safety.

For information about exhibiting, and sponsorship opportunities, contact Laurel Didier of Woodworking Network at laurel.didier@woodworkingnetwork.com.

 

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