Annual Conference

2017 POC Conference

POC Conference 2017 – Toronto, Ontario
November 2-4, 2017

#Organize: Building on the Buzz!

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!

Join your colleagues from across the country at the Westin Prince Toronto Hotel , a tranquil retreat in North Toronto from November 2-4, 2017 for the POC Annual Conference!

Minimalism, Simplify, Downsize – today's buzz words are raising public awareness of professional organizing. Together, let's keep BUILDING ON THE BUZZ to grow your business and our profession! The educational programming will have something for all experience levels – from new entrepreneurs to long-standing business-owners. From coaching to the Meet the Experts Panel, the Gold and Silver Member Reception and First Timer Orientation, there truly is something for everyone. Fun social activities, the POC Expo and many networking opportunities make this an event not to be missed. Join us for #Organize: Building on the Buzz!

Join us on our conference Facebook group and follow us on Twitter to stay on top of all the exciting conference news and planning as it unfolds!

Register before September 29th for Early Bird Rates!

HOW TO REGISTER

NAPO, ICD and NASMM Member Registrations

If you are a member of NAPO, ICD or NASSAM and are not a POC member as well, you can attend conference at our member registration rates. Please contact memberadmin@organizersincanada.com to organize your registration offline.

To register for the All-Inclusive Conference package, please select this button:

 

To register for other 1-day sessions, please select the appropriate button:

 

To purchase an Award Dinner ticket only, please select this button:

 

For more information, please contact us at conferencesource@organizersincanada.com.

Call for Exhibitors and Sponsors

Get Noticed by Your Target Market - professional organizers from across the country will be gathering in North Toronto this fall. Book your Exhibit Space or secure your Sponsorship Spot using the 2017 Registration Package.

 

 

Board Director Samantha Kristoferson spoke with NAPO President Ellen Faye on the value of attending the conference, education and networking.