PlayMaker CRM Announces PMX: PlayMaker CRM Expo &User Conference for Home Health, Hospice and Private Duty Professionals
FRANKLIN, Tennessee–Monday, April 29, 2013 – PMX, the 2013 PlayMaker CRM Expo & User Conference, will bring the top leaders in home health, hospice and private duty care to Nashville, Tenn., Sept. 18–20, 2013 for an energetic and informative event at the new state-of-the-art Music City Center.
“PMX is the ultimate place for home care professionals to discover ways to improve business performance and rocket past the competition. This event will provide unparalleled insight into how to remain competitive and excel in this fast-growing field using emerging technologies, market intelligence data and innovative sales strategies,” said Adam Bishop, founder of PlayMaker CRM.
At PMX, attendees will be inspired by prominent sales and marketing experts who know what it takes to succeed in business. They will learn cutting-edge strategies and how to apply them to the home health, hospice and private duty markets. These speakers not only have been in the trenches and have developed the secrets to success in the field, but can give agencies the tools they need to stand out in their markets. Attendees also can attend dynamic sessions that will teach them how to get the most out of PlayMaker CRM, whether they are new to the product or are experienced users.
Additionally, PMX offers incredible networking opportunities and features an expo, where companies who specialize in serving home care agencies will showcase their latest products and services
PMX also will honor outstanding work in home care with awards for “Ultimate Home Care Sales Manager” and “Ultimate Home Care Sales Representative.” Winners will receive formal recognition before their peers, as well as $1,000 and free registration for PMX 2014. Nominate a candidate online at www.pmxusercon.com.
This extraordinary event will take place in one of America’s most extraordinary cities: Nashville, Tenn. Music City has so much to do, see, eat and experience. It’s been named as one of the best places to visit by Condé Nast Traveler, Fodor’s, Yahoo! Travel, Business Insider and Budget Travel. While here, stay an extra day or two and visit the historic Ryman Auditorium, tour the Country Music Hall of Fame, dive into history at The Hermitage or listen to some amazing live music. It’s all here. Learn more about what Nashville has to offer at www.visitmusiccity.com.
For more information, visit www.playmakercrm.com.