Communication is a key skill for anyone doing business in the modern world. Still, it can often be a major challenge that complicates business and stunts company growth. Join us in this roundtable session following the industry talk "The Keys to Building Better Client Relationships Through Communication" in a discussion to bring out the common, everyday difficulties faced by thousands. Learn how to build solid relationships and create open communications with your clients. Also, learn how to repair client relationships that may have gone awry. Whatever your title, role, or goal, this discussion can help you relate to your clients, and open the communication routes that are necessary to convert clients into advocates. Join your peers to share your experience and gain from the experiences of others as we work together to develop the communication skills that will help you build the relationships that win projects. This session features AutoCAD and Revit.
Freelancers, career cad drafters and designers, engineers, architects and anyone who wants to improve relationships with internal and external clients.
Curt Moreno is the owner and editor of Kung Fu Drafter, a blog that is CAD-centric and geek peripheral. He is an active freelance content creator for clients such as the Autodesk, Inc.; Hewlett-Packard Company; and other corporations, large and small. He is also a contributing editor to Cadalyst magazine as member of the board of directors for Autodesk User Group International (AUGI), and he’s a highly rated Autodesk University speaker. He has written and spoken on topics revolving around the CAD profession, management issues, presentation topics, and customer relations for the past 6 years, and he hopes to broaden his reach. Moreno currently lives in Houston where he is the CAD coordinator for a Texas-based engineering firm. He is a public speaker and trainer, and enjoys spending time with his dog and horses. Visit his blog at www.kungfudrafter.com, follow him on Twitter at @WKFD, or search for him on Google+.
AU Las Vegas
General Architecture. Engineering and Construction