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Southwick Associates Joins Growing Sponsor List for 2017 SHOT Show Executive Management Seminar

 

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November 4, 2016

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Southwick Associates Joins Growing Sponsor List for 2017 SHOT Show Executive Management Seminar

Soutwick AssociatesNEWTOWN, Conn.—The National Shooting Sports Foundation® (NSSF®), the firearms industry’s trade association, is pleased to announce that Southwick Associates has agreed to become the Networking Event sponsor of SHOT Show’s newest educational forum, the Executive Management Seminar. Designed as the premier educational forum for rising managerial and executive-level professionals, the 2017 SHOT Show Executive Management Seminar, the newest addition to SHOT Show Week, will take place the day before the show opens, Monday, January 16, from 9:45 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Headquartered in Fernandina Beach, Florida, Southwick Associates is a market research and statistics firm specializing in the hunting, shooting, sportfishing and outdoor recreation markets. The company has delivered comprehensive market insights, helping companies identify new products and solutions to boost sales and profitability, for more than 25 years.

“Southwick Associates is one of NSSF’s most valued working partners, as anyone familiar with our body of research can attest to,” said Jim Curcuruto, NSSF Director, Industry Research & Analysis. “We are very pleased to see the company support this new educational forum and believe those attending will gain much from the interaction with its team of professionals.”

“The NSSF’s Executive Management Seminar will help top industry leaders understand the latest insights, methods and tools available to grow and prosper,” reports Rob Southwick, President of Southwick Associates. “Given our expertise in helping companies identify new sales opportunities and trends, we’re excited to be a part of this event that will help industry leaders better understand the customer, identify new growth avenues and improve staff performance.”

During the 2017 SHOT Show Executive Management Seminar, attendees will hear from top experts discussing the hottest management techniques and business practices taking place today and covering trending topics such as voice of the customer, multiple generation management, keys to peak performance and segment-specific marketing techniques that will allow you to better hone your business action plans. Morning coffee and a buffet lunch will be provided during this full-day seminar.

Registration for the 2017 SHOT Show is now open. Both NSSF Members and non-Members are invited to add the Executive Management Seminar to the list of events you wish to attend, and NSSF Members receive a significant discount on their fee for this event. Once you’ve successfully registered to attend SHOT Show, you may reserve your seat in the Executive Management Seminar by logging into your dashboard at SHOTShow.org and adding this event to your shopping cart.

Additional sponsorship opportunities are available for this important event. To learn how you can become a sponsor, contact Chris Tatulli, NSSF Director, Exhibit & Sponsorship Sales, at 203-426-1320 ext. 214 or ctatulli@nssf.org.

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