A geek symposium? Hardly.
The Millennium Experience opened with founder John Harms using an American grip and double bass drumming to rock the beat for the Dueling Fiddlers, two violinists that suddenly made a rebounding bow sound cool.
After playing classic ’80s rock‘ n’roll in celebration of the company’s founding in 1987, Harms set the pace for the entire symposium by remarking, “Millennium isn’t about software; it’s about knowing where you’re going and never forgetting where you started. It’s about inspiring your team to do something more; it’s about doing what ‘they’ say you can’t.”
Presenting a mash of highpowered classes by beauty luminaries Ted Gibson, Tabatha Coffey and Robert Cromeans, along with a host of business experts that gave fresh insights into everything from strengthening reservation practices to maximizing automated marketing, The Millennium Experience kept attendees in continuous learning, networking or party mode—the ’80s bash was totally rad— throughout the event.
One of the most thrilling segments: The private premier and demonstration of EVO, a revolutionary software program designed by the Millennium team that will debut in 2013. We can’t share the specifics, but we do want to warn you: Hang on to your seats.
EVO will give you groundbreaking tools and abilities that you never dreamed you wanted in a software system.
Here’s something that HOT can tell you about: The Millennium Experience 2013 will be held June 23 to 25, at the Camelback Inn in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Editor in chief Jeryl E. Spear is already counting the days. Her advice: “Be there or be square!” (HarmsSoftware.com)
|Celebrity stylist and salon owner, Ted Gibson||John Harms|