NNBA Annual Conference Helps Nurses & Nurse Entrepreneurs Unite in Their Own Businesses

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Advancing Nurses Through Entrepreneurship is the theme of this year’s NNBA’s National Educational Conference October 14-16, 2016

Now more than ever, nurses need to protect the longevity and financial future of their careers. With the constant upheaval and changes in our health care system, it is essential that nurses diversify their knowledge to incorporate sound business practice knowledge. Plus, so many nurses today are choosing the entrepreneurial path to coincide with their nursing career. One of the best ways to achieve success is to attend conferences such as the one presented by the National Nurses in Business Association (NNBA). In its 31st year, the Nurse Entrepreneurship and Career Alternatives Conference runs October 14-16th in Las Vegas, Nevada. https://nnbanow.com/nnba-conference-2016/

An educational and professional development event whose theme this year is “Advancing Nurses Through Entrepreneurship” is perfect for all practicing nurses, aspiring nurse entrepreneurs, and current nurse entrepreneurs who wish to grow their business. Those who attend will enjoy nationally-acclaimed speakers and business experts sharing information, tools and actionable take-a-ways to start their business or make their current business even more successful.

Just a few of NNBA’s 31st National Educational Conference highlights include:

  • More than 19 sessions showcasing the following: Opportunities for nurse’s roles in the new health care landscape; information on how to transition to independent nursing or a nurse entrepreneur; how to start up or grow your existing business; effective business management principles; how to market and diversify your business, Social Media tips by some of the country’s most influential nurse writers and bloggers, and so much more.
  • Well-respected keynote speaker, Dr. Louise Jakubik, CSP® will share “Beyond Your Wildest Dreams: Business Ownership as THE Difference-Maker for the Life and Work You Really Want.”
  • Five pre-conference workshops including: Speaking for Fun & Profit; The Hidden Fortune in Elder Care Business; Blogging to Build your Business; Independent Case Management; and The Power of Podcasting – each offering additional insight into career alternatives and essential entrepreneur and business skills.

NNBA is a professional nursing association and springboard for nurses transitioning from traditional nursing to small business ownership and self-employment. NNBA membership provides knowledge and tools to meet entrepreneurial goals and connects members to an extensive network of colleagues and resources to help navigate one’s journey to success. Those who join NNBA now can receive $100.00 off the registration fee for this conference.

As Michelle Podlesni, President of NNBA states, “It is always so exciting to host our annual Nurse Entrepreneurship and Career Alternatives Conference. Nurses learn how to gain competitive advantage and discover multiple marketable income streams to augment their nursing careers. Mentoring is at the heart of the NNBA and our veteran members’ resumes include thousands of nurse-owned businesses, awards, and millions in revenues. They continue to expand their offerings and develop valuable partnerships through events such as this.”

The conference takes place at the fabulous Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino (formerly the LVH – Las Vegas Hotel & Casino).

For more information and to sign up for the conference go to https://nnbanow.com/nnba-conference-2016/. For media interviews contact Publicist, Diana Ennen, diana(at)virtualwordpublishing(dot)com, (954) 971-4025.

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About The National Nurses in Business Association: Nurses Helping Nurses Succeed in Business! The forerunner of the nurse entrepreneurship movement, provides education, support, empowerment and opportunities for nurses in business, since 1985. The NNBA is the #1 Nurse Business Owner Network and serves as The Voice of Nurse Entrepreneurship™.

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