Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) October 09, 2014
For the 3rd year in a row, owners and managers in the field of early childhood education are getting ready to attend the world’s largest conference focused on the business side of child care. The conference, The Child Care Success Summit, will take place October 27th – October 29th, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada at the Luxor Hotel & Casino.
Over 400 child care owners, directors, and professionals will gather at the Summit and spend three days learning from some of the top business & leadership trainers in the industry, including celebrity keynote Leeza Gibbons (Emmy-award winning talk show host and star of ABC’s Dancing With the Stars).
The Child Care Success Summit is the brainchild of Kris Murray, America’s leading expert in child care business success. Ms. Murray says, “Just as a coin has two sides, child care centers and preschools have two core focuses: the child-caring side, and the business side. There are very few resources for early childhood professionals to get more training and skills to run a successful business. Our ground-breaking conference, the Child Care Success Summit, has changed all that. This event provides early childhood leaders with access to high level networking and success-oriented peer groups from all around North America. We’re very excited!”
Since 2009, Child Care Marketing Solutions has been providing much-needed training and support for child care programs to grow their enrollment and revenues, especially in a challenging economy with high parent unemployment. Over 225 child care owners and directors around North America are currently members of a mentoring and training program with the company.
About Kris Murray & Child Care Marketing Solutions:
Kris Murray, President of Child Care Marketing Solutions, is America's leading expert on child care business success. Kris is a trainer, business coach, speaker, and the author of “The Ultimate Child Care Marketing Guide”, a 5-star rated book. Her mission is to help improve the overall stability and quality of the early childhood industry, by arming leaders with the right tools to succeed in marketing their program, managing their revenue and staff, and staying fully enrolled over the long term. Learn more at http://www.childcare-marketing.com.