4 Conferences in 4 days, in 3 of our HOTTEST States



September 09, 2013 | comments

It’s a busy week for us loopers- and we wouldn’t have it any other way.

This past weekend we had the pleasure of speaking at NAR Tech Edge- A one day, fast paced conference that focuses on providing those that are eager to learn new technology an opportunity to hear from NAR speakers and local tech experts. Dustin Abney, our Director of Customer Experience, spoke about “Experiences driven through technology”- something that’s very near and dear to us. First stop, where it all began in 2009 – the Ohio Association of REALTORS , so we had to share this throwback 2009 pic.

OAR 2009- Our style has changed a little bit since then.

Sunday was the beginning of one of our favorite conferences- OAR Convention, in Columbus, Ohio. TheOAR Convention was the first conference in 2009 shortly after launching dotloop and it’s great to still be involved with a great group of people. With speakers like our great friend, Sean Carpenter, we look forward to learning while also reconnecting with a few of our super loopers like Cutler Real Estate and Comey and Shepherd.

TARconf is already off to a great start and Texas is one of our “top markets” on dotloop system. And the fact that Dallas is one of our favorite cities doesn’t hurt. If you’re in town, be sure to drop by Booth 139 and say hi to Bonnie and Mike. They’re both passionate about peoplework, and are eager to share the dotloop difference and how it can help you run a better business.

To close out the week, we will be down in Florida at the Century21 Leadership conference. Florida is another one of our top markets and we’re thrilled to reconnect with current users and meet some new friends! Marnie Blanco will be speaking as well- the topic being “Stop Focusing On Leads”. Be sure to connect with some of our loopers, and we hope to see you there!

4 conferences in 4 days- and we couldn’t be happier to be a part of it.

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