[Above: a look at the Carousel Bar inside a New Orleans legend and favourite, the 70-year-old Carousel Bar at Hotel Monteleone]
… as I’ll be presenting at APC 2019, the 27th annual Administrative Professionals Conference, in The Big Easy.
Make your way by train or plane, and then enjoy getting around New Orleans by streetcar!
ASAP will host its annual conference from September 22 – 25/19 at the Hyatt Regency New Orleans.
As mentioned Monday, all this week I’m bringing you a look at my upcoming presentations in Atlanta, Edinburgh, Leicester, London, Manchester, National Harbor, New Orleans, Québec City and Southampton.
I’d be delighted to see you at one or more of these events, and today it’s time to look at APC’s September conference.
The conference theme: Unmask Your Potential
I’m looking forward to presenting once again for APC, which offers assistants a range of learning opportunities. In addition to the conference, career assistants planning to write ASAP’s PACE certification exam can take advantage of an on-site exam prep course. There’s also the EA Summit, with registration by application.
The conference itself offers five tracks, with learning opportunities for everyone – and another impressive roster of presenters.
Click here to learn more about APC 2019, and take advantage of early bird registration rates that are in effect until April 30, 2019.
This year’s conference will be at the Hyatt Regency New Orleans.
I’ve presented there before, and the friendly staff at this large property kept things running like clockwork.
When you ride the elevators to the conference wing, you can see the Mercedes-Benz Superdome just across Lasalle Street. You’re not far from the French District, and a streetcar ride from the Garden District.
The hotel has eight different spots for dining; Borgne is my favourite and I’ll be sure to make a return visit.
Here are some snaps from my first visit to New Orleans; I’ll share more insights on the city as the conference date approaches. The image atop this post is from inside Hotel Monteleone, in the French Quarter.