All you need to know you to efficiently manage and maintain co-op and condo properties in the Greater New York area, you will find at The Cooperator’s annual Co-op & Condo Expo, which is now in its 26th year as the premier event for education, networking and learning.
The free event returns to the Hilton New York in Manhattan on Tuesday, April 16, 2013 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. In its more than two decades of serving the area’s co-ops, condos and HOAs, the Expo will showcase nearly 300 exhibitors from throughout the region, along with a multitude of free advice booths and a day-long slate of educational seminars.
Timely & Informative Seminars
Good information and clear communication are crucial for anyone involved with the administration of a building or homeowners association—particularly these days, when so many of us are feeling the pinch of the ongoing economic slump. The Cooperator'sCo-op & Condo Expo makes finding that information and developing communication strategies a little easier by offering attendees the opportunity to do both, in one day and under one roof, with a full slate of unique educational programming. Anyone involved in the day-to-day administration of a co-op or condo will benefit from a visit to the show—as will building owners, managers, and anyone considering joining their board, or taking an active interest in how their building is run.
The Cooperator'sCo-op & Condo Expo offers attendees the opportunity to hone those skills with a full slate of unique educational programming. Every year, the Expo's full schedule of seminars attracts hundreds of attendees throughout the day. These always-popular hour-long panel presentations typically cover topics ranging from energy conservation to legal issues, board operations to effective property management, and the ins-and-outs of telecommunications. Seminar presenters include professionals from all corners of the industry.
The seminar lineup for 2013 includes experts from the prestigious law firm Herrick, Feinstein LLP discussing the impact of Superstorm Sandy; the Daylight Savings Company talking about energy efficiency and the new local laws affecting New York City; Meridian Capital explaining the loan qualification process for co-ops; and Verizon discussing high speed Internet, an amenity that no building should be without. Following the devastation caused by Superstorm Sandy, the law firm of Katzman Garfinkel & Berger will discuss how to protect your properties by pursuing damage claims in order to maximize the recovery process.