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NBIA’s 16th Fall Training Institute

October 25-27, 2006
Denver, Colorado
Climb to New Heights


Sign up for NBIA’s 16th Fall Training Institute to hone your incubation skills and enhance your program. The event will be held in Denver, Colorado, where you’ll have fresh mountain air and views of snow-capped peaks inspiring you to climb to new professional heights. The intensive workshop training will give you practical tools and innovative techniques to implement immediately as you strive to reach your goals.

This year’s line-up of workshops features "The Fundamentals of Incubator Management", which will cover all aspects of running a successful program. This workshop is the first requirement in a new certification program NBIA is kicking off this fall, offering incubator managers the opportunity to earn an official NBIA Incubator Management Certificate. A full explanation of the certification requirements will be available at the event and NBIA’s Web site (www.nbia.org).

Networking is one of the most popular aspects of any NBIA event, and this training institute is no exception. In addition to interacting with fellow workshop participants during group discussions and activities, you’ll be able to chat with colleagues from around the world during breaks and lunch. A sponsor reception will give you the chance to check out some of the most popular industry products and services. Also, this year’s FTI includes a tour of the Denver Enterprise Center, so you can see incubation in action while mingling with new friends.

Don’t miss out on the learning, networking and fun that will take place during this event – register today!

Wednesday
Oct. 25
Thursday
Oct. 26
Friday
Oct. 27
Sponsor Reception
5 – 7 p.m.
Incubator Tour:The Denver Enterprise Center
5 – 7 p.m.
Colorado Business Incubation Association Meeting
12:15 - 2 p.m.

 

 


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