RFP Doesn't Have to Mean Really Frustrating Process

Register for RFP Doesn't Have to Mean Really Frustrating Process We made the RFP process what it is, so why can’t we help fix it, too? It doesn’t have to be a Really Frustrating Process—does it? Near the top of many industry peoples’ lists of things that keep them up at night—whether they are a meeting professional/buyer or a vendor/seller—is the RFP process and its many components. Join the discussion and roll your sleeves up with your peers on both sides of the buyer/seller coin as we tackle some of the stickiest RFP issues and ideas on what to do about them. Gary Hernbroth, of Training for Winners, will be the thought leader and provocateur as he discusses the RFP process to help everyone do better business—together. Learning Objectives:
  1. Participants from both sides of the buying-selling equation will gain first-hand exposure to what the other side feels are the most important elements to the improvement of the RFP process.
  2. Learn which elements work to bog RFP processes down and what can be done to improve them.
  3. Gain best-practice ideas on making your own RFP process better.
Speaker Bio: Gary Hernbroth Gary Hernbroth is an engaging, impactful professional speaker, trainer and business coach who inspires his audiences and clients to achieve greater success. Various clients have nicknamed Gary their strength and conditioning coach based on the measurable results he helps create for them. Gary founded Training for Winners in 1995 after 18 years in the hospitality and meetings business in sales, marketing and operations management. He partners with clients from various industries such as national and regional associations, hospitality businesses (hotels, resorts, convention facilities and CVBs/DMOs), club management, small businesses and Fortune 1000 companies. His meetings industry speaking experience includes MPI, ASAE, HSMAI, PCMA, CMAA and IAVM. He is a graduate of The School of Hospitality Business at Michigan State University and currently serves on its Alumni Board of Directors, where he mentors students as they prepare to enter the workplace. To connect with Gary, you can reach him at gary@trainingforwinners.com or 925-736-9392. Register for RFP Doesn't Have to Mean Really Frustrating Process