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UMA To Hold First Business Management Seminar

Posted on October 20, 2010 by LCT Staff - Also by this author - About the author

The session will be held Nov. 30 to Dec. 1. Topics include: Building a Business Plan, Your Accountant and You, and Basic Business Law.

ALEXANDRIA, Va. — The BUS & MOTORCOACH ACADEMY and the UNITED MOTORCOACH ASSOCIATION (UMA) have developed a Business Management Seminar to be held Nov. 30 to Dec, 1, 2010 at the National Transportation Safety Board's Training Center in Ashburn, Va.

The seminar will be held before UMA's popular Safety Management Seminar and will present established curriculum from the Bus & Motorcoach Academy in an in-depth, classroom format. Each year the seminar will focus on a course topic from the Academy's Clarence Cornell School of Business and this year starts at the beginning with Business and Marketing. Topics include Building a Business Plan; Your Accountant and You; Basic Business Law; Basic Marketing; Business Ethics; Pricing; and Cash Flow Analysis. All attendees will earn a certificate from the Bus & Motorcoach Academy.

Registration for the seminar is open. Space is limited. The cost for UMA members is $139; the cost for non-members is $199. A room block has been created at the Marriott Spring Hill Suites Ashburn Dulles North with rates starting at $69 per night. For reservations, attendees should call (888) 287-9400 by Oct. 30.

Attendees can stay to attend the Safety Management Seminar for an additional registration fee.

For complete information and schedules for the Business Management Seminar and Safety Management Seminar, visit WWW.UMA.ORG.

SOURCE: United Motorcoach Association

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