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LCT Events Announces LCT Show Seminar Panelists

LCT Staff
Posted on October 15, 2008

LAS VEGAS – The LCT Events department has announced speakers and seminar panelists for its upcoming International LCT Show. This annual event will be held at the Palazzo Resort – Hotel and the Venetian Conference & Expo in Las Vegas Jan. 26-28, 2009.

ILCT panel highlights include: “Customer Service Bootcamp” - Presented by Bill Faeth, Silver Oak Transportation, H.A. Thompson, Rose Chauffeured Transportation & Michael Lindsey, Lindsey Limousine. At this half-day program three modules comprised of essential practices for everyone will provide your staff with skills and awareness necessary to delight your internal and external customers.

“4th Annual Women Entrepreneur's Forum” - Presented by Patricia Nelson, National Limousine Association, Carlyn Henson, Prestige Limousines, Kyara Kahakauwila, L.A. Limousines & Transportation Services & Rosina Rubin, Attitude New York. Women business owners, including neophytes, seasoned veterans and everyone in between, are invited to participate in this fourth annual forum that will focus on "The Balancing Act: How to Run a Limousine Business AND Have a Life to Call Your Own."

“How to Build a Rock-Solid Management Team for Your Livery Enterprise” - Presented by Richard Kane, International Limousine Service, Rick Brown, La Costa Limousine & Bob Beutel, All Star Transportation. These operators will let you know how to develop talent from within the company, how to cross-train employees, what it takes to bring in a "big gun" from the outside, and lots more.

“Everything You Wanted to Know About Worldwide Livery – and Now Have the Chance to Ask” - Moderated by Scott Solombrino, Dav El Chauffeured Transportation Network. Presented by Willemar Conjin, Chabe Limousine Service (France), Dean De Beer, Tristar Worldwide Chauffeur Services (U.K.), Aditya Loomba, ECO LIMO (India), Michael Oldenburg, United Limousines AG (Germany), Henry Yao, Beijinglimo.com (China). This not-to-be-missed session will afford all attendees the opportunity to ask operators from around the world anything and everything about their livery services, operations, affiliate relationships and marketplaces.

“Wage and Overtime: What Every Limousine Company Owner Needs to Know in 2009” - Presented by Manesh Rath, Keller & Heckman LLP. Attorney Manesh Rath will update you on the most critical developments in the past year in employment law and how those changes will impact you. He will also cover how to stay in compliance while managing hourly employees to maximize time and reduce overtime costs.

“Making That `Must-Have’ Technology Pay for Itself Over and Over Again” - Presented by Bill Alford, VIP Limousine, Gary Bauer, Bauer's Worldwide Transportation, Tom Miller, Regency Global Transportation Group & Jim Moseley, TripTracker. Learn from this panel of seasoned veterans where to invest your money to improve your business technologically so that it actually saves you money and really makes a positive hit on your bottom line – and where to hold off no matter how bright and shiny the latest techno-gadget may be.

“Sales and Growth Strategies for Tough Times – Like Right Now!” - Presented by Daniel Collett, Spencer Shenk Capers & Associates. What are the most effective sales strategies for tough financial times such as we're experiencing right now? How do you transform the strategies into can-do sales plans?

“What to Do When Your Company Suffers a Catastrophic Loss” - Presented by Jeff Greene, Greene Classic Limousine, Tim Delaney, Lancer Insurance. Hear first hand from this seasoned operator and his insurance professionals what to do – and what not to do – when one of your vehicles is involved in a catastrophic accident.

Go to www.lctshow.com for more information.

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