The annual New England Condo Expo is returning to the Seaport World Trade Center in Boston on May 24, bringing with it more than 175 exhibitors and thousands of trustees, board members, managers and residents from all over the New England region for a full day of networking, education and information. The eighth annual show presented by New England Condominium runs from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.—and you won’t want to miss a single minute!
The Expo is a one-stop venue where help can be found all in one place: from the exhibitors displaying a variety of goods and services to informative seminars with advice and valuable solutions that condo and HOA trustees, board members and residents can bring home with them.
“Obviously our goal is to present attendees with information and products that will make running their buildings easier and more efficient,” says Yale Robbins, president of Yale Robbins, Publications, Inc., Expo producer and publisher of New England Condominium, “but we also put a great deal of thought into the bigger picture, anticipating trends and trying to broaden what we provide from one year to the next.”
Come One, Come All
One of the mainstays of the annual Expo are the seminars that regularly draw standing-room-only crowds to learn about the latest trends in condominium and multi-family living and ways in which they can manage their communities better. These seminars, which run throughout the day, will bring you up-to-date information on management, legal, financial and other hot-button issues. Presenters in 2016 will include attorneys Henry Goodman, Ellen Shapiro and Frank Lombardi of the Dedham, Massachusetts-based law firm of Goodman, Shapiro & Lombardi, LLC, and attorney Richard Brooks and his colleagues at the Braintree, Massachusetts, law firm of Marcus, Errico, Emmer & Brooks, among others.
Information and Free Advice
Plan to come early—so you’ll have a full day to talk to exhibitors about the products and services that are essential to every community’s success, from paving to painting, and parking to pest control. If your board or association has been suffering from bedbug infestations, a leaky roof or skyrocketing utility bills, the exhibit hall aisles will be your path to answers and potential savings.