CAI-RMC 2020 Spring Conference and Trade Show
8:00am-4:00pm Trade Show Open
8:00-9:30am Trade Show / Breakfast
9:00am-10:00am Education Session A
10:00-11:00am Trade Show
10:15am-10:45am Q&A Session
11:00am Prize Drawing
11:15am-11:45am Legislative Update
12:00pm-1:00pm Education Session B
12:00pm-1:00pm Board Leadership Development Session
1:00pm-2:00pm Trade Show
1:00pm-2:00pm CMCA Lounge Open (drinks, CMCA connections, CAMICB)
1:30pm-2:00pm Q&A Session
2:15pm-3:15pm Education Session C
3:15pm-4:00pm Trade Show / Prizes / Dream Big Winner Announced
- Parking. Free and convenient parking onsite.
- Lunch. We'll have a full buffet lunch. Lunch will be scheduled during for a longer portion than usual so that you may eat when it feels right for you.
- Wifi. Free internet access will be available so that you're able to look at the program on our event app without using your phone's data.
- Size. After hearing feedback concerning the size of our show, we've decided to scale it back a bit. We now have just over 80 exhibitors at our program and they're all easy to access.
- Venue. We understand that being in a comfortable setting allows for a better experience. We have moved our conference to the Hyatt Regency Aurora which meets all of our conference needs.
- Classes. You want credits and you want classes that focus on our industry. We have them! We have 12 classes that are being offered which are all industry focused and approved by CAMICB. You have an opportunity to take three of these classes throughout the day. All sessions will be in classrooms with appropriate audio and visual set ups - you'll be able to see and hear the presenters with ease.
As a reminder, this is the ONLY Denver Metro Area conference that we will be holding in 2020. Don't miss your opportunity to meet with over 80 exhibitors, network with industry peers, and obtain three continuing education credits - all in one day!
Cybersecurity and Consumer Data Privacy in Communities - Aaron Goodlock
Sustainability in HOAs - Chris Crigler & Chris Marion
Metro Districts vs. HOAs - What Are They? - Danaly Howe
Manager Burnout: Causes and Cures - David Graf & Grant Parker
Solutions to Maximize Effective Community Governance - Eric McLennan
Best Practices for Planning and Completing Capital Improvement Projects - Joe Brawley
Creating Boards that Work - Loura Sanchez
Basic Investment Management for Community Association Managers - Nicole Bailey
Financial Transparency - Russell Munz
Claims Management - Steve Shefferly
Ethics - Panel
Path to Designations and Certification - Panel
This event would not be possible without the support of our sponsors: