Come Prepared To Learn! New England England Condo Offers Full Slate of Educational Seminars

 Mark your calendars for Wednesday, May 12, 2010 – that’s when New England Condominium magazine’s annual New England Condo Expo returns to the Seaport World Trade Center at 200  Seaport Boulevard in Boston, showcasing over 150 exhibitors from all over New  England, along with free advice booths, targeted business opportunities and a  full slate of educational seminars which reflect the event’s new hours.  

 For more than two decades, New England Condominium’s parent company Yale Robbins, Inc. has been hosting successful trade shows for  the co-op and condo industry in both New York and New Jersey. This spring, New  England Condominium is pleased to invite New England’s property managers, trustees, and unit owners back to the Seaport venue to  partake in a day of networking, idea-exchange, and giveaways custom-tailored  for their unique market.  

 The New England Condo Expo (www. stands out as the premier real estate trade event in the  region, featuring exhibitors from every sector of the condo and HOA industry – including attorneys, property managers, financial advisors, interior and exterior maintenance contractors, landscapers, vendors, and professional organizations. This year’s event hours have been changed to 11:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. to make it even more  convenient for busy board members and property managers to attend.  

 It’s a well-worn truism that good information and clear communication are crucial for anyone involved with the administration  of a building or homeowners association – crucial for not just thriving, but even surviving, in today’s challenging economic times. The New England Condo Expo offers attendees the opportunity to do both, in one  day and under one roof, with a full slate of unique educational programming.  

 Full Day of Seminars


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