Suwanee, GA (PressExposure) August 02, 2011 -- AtHomeNet, a primary sponsor of the Association Management Leadership Forum (AMLF), has reviewed the first 5 events of the inaugural tour. Following events in Atlanta, Houston, California, New Jersey, and Denver, a midway assessment of the results found that attendees were increasingly satisfied with their experience and the number of attendees surpassed initial projections.
The AMLF was established by AtHomeNet and other industry leaders to share information, ideas and perspectives about the association management industry with a special focus on how new technology affects the business. Presenters from each company discuss topics including the state of the industry, search engine marketing, social media, cloud computing and more. Each presenter shares a unique perspective from their area of expertise, including web services and accounting software for the community association industry.
"We structured the entire presentation around our clients' needs, and we're proud of the results from all of our research and hard work. The response from attendees has been overwhelming and we're looking forward to continued success," said AtHomeNet Director of Sales and Marketing and AMLF presenter, Mike Curtis.
Guest speakers have further enriched each event and provided additional information about specific regions, collections and more. Karen Conlon, CCAM, the President of the California Association of Community Managers spoke at the event in Santa Ana, California regarding the current state of the industry and will also present at the event in San Francisco in August. In July, homeowners association collections attorney, Melissa Garcia, addressed attendees providing insight about how new technology affects the collections process.
"Even as presenters, AtHomeNet has learned so much from our guest speakers, as well as our attendees. It's this collaboration and discussion that creates a successful event and we're looking forward to continually evolving the event to maintain relevance and help make new technologies more accessible to members of the association management industry," remarked Curtis.
The first AMLF event was held in Suwanee, Georgia and will visit 8 other major cities throughout the US in 2011. The inaugural event was declared a success when 100% of the attendees said that they would recommend attending the AMLF to a colleague. The next event will take place August 16th in San Francisco. Each half day event is followed by one-on-one and on-site meetings for attendees. If you're a community manager who would like to attend a future event at no charge, sign up at http://www.AMLFTour.com. If you're a journalist interested in covering the event, contact Info@AMLFTour.com for more information.