Upcoming ACOM Event Calendar

April 2010

April 15, 2010
Planner Panel: What a Planner Needs from Their CSM

May 2010

May 20, 2010
Social Media 101: How Do I Get Started?

June 2010

Set The Standard

August 2010

August 19, 2010
Contracts: What CSMs Need to Know About Their Company’s Contracts and the Re-Negotiations that are Taking Place in Today’s Economy

September 2010

National Celebrate Services Day!
September 16, 2010

September 16, 2010
Planner Panel – Creative Services: What Creative Ideas has Services Done for You in the Past? What Would You Like to See Services be more Creative with?

October 2010

October 21, 2010
Social Media for Attendance Building

November 2010

Idea Network
November 18, 2010
Managing Your Boss

January 2011

Annual Conference
January 7-9, 2011
Westin Casuarina
Las Vegas, Nevada

Why Become a CMP?

Recognition: As the premier industry certification, the CMP distinguishes holders as career professionals who have demonstrated a high level of experience, skill and knowledge.

Competitive Advantage: The designation conveys credibility to a meeting professionals opinions and ideas, both at work and in the greater meetings, conventions and exhibitions industry.

Peer Acceptance: CMPs are immediately recognized by other CMPs as fellow professionals committed to the advancement of the profession.

Salary Enhancement: CMPs can use the certification as a competitive advantage when it comes to negotiating salaries and other business.

Personal Achievement: After passing a rigorous application and examination process, CMPs express a profound sense of personal achievement at finally being regarded as the exceptionally skilled professional they are.

Commitment: Successful completion of the certification process conveys that the certified meeting professional is committed and goal driven in their career.

For more information, visit the Convention Industry Council (CIC) website.

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