It’s that time of year!  Early registration for the AIM 2009 Conference ends on December 31st — so make sure you register soon and save money. 

In this post, we’re going to give you three compelling reasons why registering for the AIM 2009 Conference is important enough to do right now, before you finish the rest of your holiday shopping. 

1. We’ll show you how to increase revenue from your online marketing (and track it). 

In tough times, it is essential to make the most of your marketing and technology budgets. At AIM 2009, we’ll show executives like you how to understand which marketing sources are creating leads, new techniques to make the most of your leads, and ways to streamline your online operations for maximum revenue.

2. Meet with all the leading Internet vendors in one place.

AIM is different. We believe our attendees have to be able to justify the cost by leaving the conference with new skills, great ideas, productive meetings, and new connections.  AIM has a business lounge to facilitate meetings, and we only invite sponsors that are relevant to your needs.  More than just a conference, AIM is designed to be the most productive three days of the year. 

3. Learn skills to improve your staff and advance your career.

Times are changing, and demand for multifamily professionals with a strong set of skills and knowledge of cutting-edge marketing and technology practices will only increase.  At AIM 2009, you will learn from expert speakers from other industries, learn new skills in hands-on training sessions, and can attend either Intermediate or Advanced learning sessions to keep you and your staff at the top of their game. 

Register before January 1, 2009 for only $525!  Don’t wait or you’ll miss the early-bird discounts. 

Find out more about AIM 2009

Still on the fence? Watch these testimonials from last year’s attendees:


“My impression of AIM 2008 Conference was that it was executed just about perfectly.  There seemed to be a consensus among those that I spoke to that it provided real value to attendees.”

– Steve Small, Chief Information Officer, AMLI Residential.

“Perhaps it was simply timing, however each segment attended spoke directly to our initiatives. We left knowing we were “on track” with those initiatives. Our intent is to stay on the cutting edge. Our expectation is the conference will ensure we remain there.”

-AIM 2008 attendee (from anonymous follow-up survey)

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