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Attendees crowd patiently before the expo hall opens.
Advanced Education Conference Program attendees soaked in all the details.
Attendees paid close attention to the scientific knowledge shared during the Esthetic Science track.
Speaker Kate Leydon discussed brand-building during the Business track.
Speaker Carol Phillips shared her incredible marketing tips with Advanced Education Conference Program attendees.
Face and Body Midwest kicked off to an exciting start Saturday, March 27, welcoming spa owners, managers, directors and estheticians, as well as some of the industry’s top suppliers and speakers to the Midwest’s top spa conference and expo.
With an exciting buzz in the air, the 2010 Face & Body Midwest started Saturday morning with attendees getting down to business at the Advanced Education Conference Program and hitting the show floor during the first day of the expo. Co-locating once again with America’s Beauty Show at McCormick Place in Chicago, the expo floor was steadily humming throughout the day while in the classrooms, speakers included Rebecca James Gadberry, Lydia Sarfati, Christine Heathman, Carol Phillips, Steven Dayan, MD, and many more, provided attendees with facts and information found nowhere else!
Midwestern attendees enjoyed the convenience of the Chicago location and learned techniques and skills to help maintain and even grow their businesses in this slow economy. Able to network and make connections, people were found in hallways and on the show floor conversing and sharing knowledge.
All this, and the show is just beginning! More conference, manufacturer and expo options are available at Face & Body 2010 on Sunday and Monday, allowing spa owners, managers, directors and estheticians to pick up vital information they can implement to generate revenue and sustain the clientele in their spas immediately.