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Like the winter holidays, Face & Body Midwest Spa Conference & Expo takes place on an annual basis during the same month every year. As spa owners, your holiday season—which takes place between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Eve—requires pre-planning, which probably starts as early as late summer. In the same way, it’s about that time to start planning to attend Face & Body Midwest, which takes place March 22–24, 2014, in the Skyline Ballroom at McCormick Place West in Chicago.
Make a list and check it twice
Before you register, be sure to visit the event’s website: www.FaceandBody.com/midwest. It’s important to make a list of goals you are trying to accomplish by attending Face & Body. Are you an Illinois esthetician who requires continuing education units (CEs) to maintain your license? If so, there are various educational opportunities that offer CEs at the show. In fact, the new condition-based tracks during the Advanced Education Conference Program on Saturday, March 22, 2014—including Hyperpigmentation/Anti-aging; Acne/Rosacea; and The Body, as well as an all-day Business Summit—are designed to give you in-depth professional skin care education and six CEs.
Are you looking to add a new product, service or technique to your spa? Then you’ll want to visit as many Supplier Classes as possible, taking place throughout the day on Sunday, March 23–Monday, March 24. Also, while doing your pre-planning, be sure to check out the ever-expanding exhibitor list on the website. More than 120 companies will exhibit at Face & Body, featuring various products and services on display and offering invaluable information that can help you grow your spa business. Additionally, Face & Body is co-located with America’s Beauty Show® (ABS). All registrants have free access to the ABS show floor where you’ll find hundreds of beauty products on display.
The gift that keeps giving
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