New, simple way to keep your Board of Directors up to date on key issues facing MLSs

by Marilyn Wilson on June 1, 2012

When we facilitate strategic plans for MLSs across the country, we often hear that board members would like their MLS to do a better job of keeping them up to speed on the key issues facing MLSs today.  With today’s budget crunches it is virtually impossible to send all of a MLSs leadership to conferences and workshops.

We thought that maybe there’s a way for WAV Group to bring the conference to MLS boards so that each board member can stay up to speed without having to spend the time and money attending conferences all over the country. That’s why we are launching a webinar series that will follow each major conference.  The first one will discuss all of the key issues discussed at the NAR Midyear conference.

We will review the issues discussed at the MLS Policy Committee meeting and the Council of MLS Workshop. We will also provide an overview of the key technology trends we observed by walking the trade show floor and having tons of conversations with real estate technology providers.  We will discuss new tools to address non-dues revenues, rentals/property management and talk about the mobile phenomenon we’re facing.  We will also share our insights and observations of the latest trends in MLS systems and discuss our vision about where the MLS industry is heading.

We will whisk through these topics in less than one hour to give your leadership a quick, but valuable overview of the key topics to help them feel more prepared when the issues are discussed at your board meetings.

We are offering two sessions next week – one on Tuesday, June 5th at 10:00 am pacific and another on Thursday, June 7th at 10:00 am pacific.   Click on the dates to register.  The cost is $149 per participant.   If neither of those times work for you, we will be happy to schedule a separate presentation specifically for your board.  Please contact us and we can provide you a quote for providing the update to your entire Board of Directors, Technology committee or even your entire membership if you desire.

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