The 2011 Cooperator's Co-op & Condo Expo Free Advice, Information and Seminars for Co-op & Condo Boards

 As the snow and ice melts away and the city readies for signs of spring, it’s time to turn our attention to The Cooperator’s 2011 Co-op & Condo Expo, a must-attend event for the tri-state area’s property managers, board members, real estate professionals, shareholders and  unit owners.  

 Now in its 24th year, the Expo, which takes place at the Hilton New York in  Midtown Manhattan on Tuesday, April 12, 2011, will showcase hundreds of  exhibitors from throughout the region, along with free advice booths and a full  slate of educational seminars.  

 Good information and clear communication are crucial for anyone involved with  the administration of a building or homeowners association—crucial not just to thriving, but even surviving in today's challenging economic  times. Finding that information and developing communication strategies isn't  always easy, however. The Cooperator's Co-op & Condo Expooffers 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

 This year, a full schedule of seminars will be presented, running throughout the  day and covering topics such as energy, legal issues, board operations,  effective property management, and telecommunications. Seminar presenters will  include funding strategists National Condo Advisors, Verizon, technology firm  BuildingLink, attorneys from Stark & Stark, and the Daylight Savings Company.  

 Last year's seminars attracted standing-room-only audiences, so the complete  lineup of seminars for this year—to be announced shortly—is sure to present essential and cutting-edge information for anyone involved in  running a co-op or condo building. Be sure to arrive early and claim a spot in  the audience!  


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