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Women in Rental and YPN conferences set for October in Florida

By Brock Huffstutler

June 11, 2023

JW Marriott Clearwater Beach, Fla.This October, Clearwater Beach, Fla., is the coastal destination for the next American Rental Association (ARA) Women in Rental and Young Professional Network (YPN) conferences. 

Both conferences will be held at the brand-new JW Marriott Clearwater Beach Resort & Spa 

Registration opens Wednesday, July 5, for each conference. Mark your calendars and click on the following links for event details: 

Women in Rental conference: Monday, Oct. 23 – Tuesday, Oct. 24 

YPN conference: Wednesday, Oct. 25 – Thursday, Oct. 26 

In addition to a two-night hotel stay, conference materials and swag, two interactive networking receptions, and breakfast and lunch during the conferences, registered attendees also will experience renowned speakers exclusive to their respective events: 

  • Sara Ross will present “Activate Your Aliveness Factor” at the Women in Rental conference. Looking through the lens of brain science, Sara teaches organizations, leaders and their people how to boost their work vitality quotient to activate their Aliveness Factor. In addition to learning, this keynote will leave audiences laughing, inspired, and feeling recharged with actionable takeaways to create more human-centered organizations, energized leaders, and healthier, happier, high-performing people.
  •  James Taylor will present “Supercreativity™: Augmenting Human Creativity in the Age of Artificial Intelligence” for the YPN group. Through James’ presentation, attendees will learn what disruptive technologies such as AI mean for you, your team and the industry; which job roles in the industry are most at risk from automation; why China’s richest man believes “creativity” is the most important skill you need to develop to survive and thrive in the age of disruption; and how to use the new science of “Augmented Creativity” to generate, evaluate, develop and implement more ideas, more quickly. 

Both conferences have a history of selling out fast, so be sure to register early.