Wilmington Safety School hosts annual conference
Hundreds of professionals will gather in Wilmington for one of the Southeast’s premier safety conferences.
The Wilmington Safety School will be July 24-25 at the new Wilmington Convention Center. The theme for the event is “The Changing Tide: Are you Riding the Wave?” Highlights of the conference include sessions on a variety of safety topics, time for networking and checking out the exhibit hall, and a Haunted Pub Crawl through Wilmington.
Keynote speaker for the conference is Tim Moore, an author and speaker with more than 30 years of experience in marketing, sales and training with numerous Fortune 500 companies. An Elon graduate and Cary resident, Moore is a leading voice on the generational differences on product sales and strategies and offers insights to businesses.
WithersRavenel is a Bronze Sponsor for the annual event. Come check out our booth, we hope to see you in Wilmington!
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