The Cooperator's Co-op & Condo Expo Expert Advice & More

 The Cooperator magazine and Yale Robbins, Inc. are pleased to invite all  property managers, board members, shareholders and unit owners to the 23rd  annual Co-op & Condo Expo, a one-day trade show event on Tuesday, April 27, 2010 from 9 a.m.  to 5 p.m. The 2010 Expo will again occupy three floors of the Hilton New York  at 1335 Avenue of the Americas at 53rd Street with booths, seminars, and  demonstrations all day long.  

 Since its launch more than two decades ago, the Expo has distinguished itself as  a unique event that addresses the diverse, evolving needs of the co-op and  condo community. This year, there will be nearly 300 exhibitors offering  assistance and expert advice in the areas of building management, maintenance,  insurance, security, energy and countless other services. Attendees will also  be able to choose from among an exciting roster of seminars covering an array  of topics of great interest to the co-op and condo community.  

 As the years have gone by, the Expo has grown, attracting larger and larger  numbers of attendees. The 2009 Expo brought board members and residents from  nearly 1,000 area buildings, and managing agents from over 3,000. And that's to  say nothing of the numbers of other real estate professionals and service  providers who make the Expo an annual pilgrimage.  

 Interacting with Professionals

 One of the biggest draws of The Cooperator’sCo-op & Condo Expo is that it's really more than just a trade show. The event offers  educational opportunities as well as a chance for various members of the  residential real estate community to interact and network with co-op and condo  board members, residents, vendors and service providers from across many  diverse industries and disciplines.  

 The 2010 Expo will feature a wide array of information and educational  opportunities for participants, including hundreds of booths and several free  seminars sponsored by established industry professionals and covering the kinds  of topics that boards, managers, and building residents are most eager to  discuss. These seminars are perhaps one of the day’s most popular features, and routinely attract standing-room-only audiences.  (It's definitely a good idea to arrive and claim a seat a few minutes before  your chosen seminar is scheduled to start!)  


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