National Nurses in Business Association (NNBA) announces annual educational conference on nurse entrepreneurship and career alternatives in St. Pete Beach, Florida this September.
Press Release – St. Pete Beach, FL (May, 2017) – The National Nurses in Business Association (NNBA) announced its 2017 Nurse Entrepreneurship & Career Alternatives National Conference to be held September 8 – 10, 2017 in St. Pete Beach, Florida at the fabulous Sirata Beach Resort. The conference brings together nurses, nurse entrepreneurs, self-employed nurses, nurse business owners, emerging entrepreneurs, and those desiring to learn more about options available for today’s nurse.
NNBA’s annual educational conference has become the signature event for nurses interested in the entrepreneurial path. Those that attend will enjoy nationally acclaimed speakers and nurse business experts sharing information, tools, and actionable takeaways to start their business or make their current business more successful.
NNBA 32nd conference highlights include:
Monetizing Your Niche / Conquer the Fear of Public Speaking / Build Your Business Plan and Perfect Your Pitch / Become a Health Coach / Create a Seminar Business / Discover Legal Nurse Consulting / Get a Million Dollars in Free Publicity / and Innovation and Invention as a Nurse Entrepreneur. For a full list of topics, sessions and speakers, and hotel visit: http://www.NNBAConference.com
Business Basics Bootcamp / Launching Your Nursing Education Business / The Hidden Fortune in Community Based Elder Care / Nurse Blogging 101: Build a Profitable Business and Community / The Power of Podcasting. Each of these workshops offers additional insight into career alternatives and essential entrepreneur and business skills.
“There are multiple reasons that many nurses today are choosing the entrepreneurial path to coincide with their nursing careers. A few include increasing levels of burnout, budget cuts and constraints due to continual merger activity, as well as the nurse’s desire for the freedom to fully express themselves and their nursing knowledge. Nurses make great business owners and the NNBA helps nurses with that transition, serving as the nurse’s bridge to business,” states Michelle Podlesni, NNBA President.
For more information and to sign up for this conference go to http://www.NNBAConference.com.
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™.