The HBA of Greater Springfield will hold its second annual Ozarks Regional Housing & Construction Conference on Wednesday, May 25, at the Oasis Inn & Convention Center in Springfield.
After a successful inaugural event in 2010, the second annual housing and construction conference again will be an all-day affair – complete with insightful and inspiring keynote addresses for general sessions, as well as industry-focused breakout sessions. Builders, suppliers, subcontractors, realtors, financial professionals, and public sector and elected government officials from throughout the area recognize the Ozarks Regional Housing & Construction Conference as a can’t-miss engagement of critical importance and value to their future.
Speakers and featured programs already secured for this years conference include:
- Economic Analysis & Forecast from Federal Reserve Bank Business Economist Kevin Kleissen
- Release of the regions first-ever Local Economic Impact of Housing Report by NAHB Economist Elliot Eisenberg
- New Home Inventory, Absorption, Forecast Analysis & Recommendations from MarketGraphics Research Group Founder and President Edsel Charles
- Specialty breakout sessions on utilizing end-loan financing option as selling tools; win-win partnerships between banks, realtors, and builders; considerations in public policy development; and much, much more!
Registration for the all-day event is $125 for non-members and $75 for members. Registration includes breakfast, lunch, conference materials and exclusive market data and forecast information. More particulars on the event will be announced over the next few weeks. Sponsorship opportunities start as low as $150, and provide outstanding focused exposure within the industry. Many sponsorships also include full registrations to the conference (some sponsorships include multiple registrations).