The Cooperator Expo Chicagoland returns to the Navy Pier for its sixth consecutive year on Tuesday, November 15, 2016 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. bringing solutions that you can take home with you.
Featuring nearly 300 exhibitors, a day-long series of educational programming and free advice booths, it’s a one-stop, custom-built marketplace for vendors, products and ideas that your buildings need. Go to chicagocondoexpo.com to register and to learn more information about this exciting event. (Admission to the trade show is FREE of charge.)
Learning is Fundamental
Visiting with exhibitors is only part of the story. A full slate of educational seminar panels will offer attendees an in-depth discussion of legal, administrative, management and financial concerns important to Chicagoland’s condo and HOA managers, board members and owners. Seminars will be presented on mobile communications and connectivity; energy savings and incentives; adopting internal controls to protect your financial and management data; dealing with the difficult; and a legal update on hot-button issues like drones, medical marijuana, pets and firearms should keep the conversation going. Presenters will include DRF Trusted Property Solutions, Associa Chicagoland, Yardi and others. Go to chicagocondoexpo.com for more information on the individual seminar topics.
Free Help and Advice
Admission isn't the only thing that's free at the Expo—in addition to networking and education opportunities, the Expo will feature free advice booths staffed by professionals from a wide array of industries, waiting to answer any and all community association and building-related questions you might have. If you have legal questions about your association, financial questions, or questions about day-to-day management of your building community, don’t forget to stop by one of the booths for answers from leading legal, management, maintenance and financial professionals. They are there to help.
You can also win a prize. There will be dozens of raffles and giveaways taking place throughout the day.
And after walking the floor, if you get hungry, stop by our food court for a relaxing bite to eat.