Women in Residential + Commercial Construction (WIR+CC) unites two long-standing women in construction conferences: Women in Design+Construction, hosted by Building Design+Construction, and Women in Residential Construction, hosted by Pro Builder and Pro Remodeler. Since 2015, these three media brands have hosted 15 women in construction leadership conferences, attracting more than 2,500 construction and design industry professionals.
WIR+CC is a national conference that brings together women leaders from all facets of the $1.4 trillion U.S. residential and commercial constructing sector — architecture, design, commercial construction, engineering, real estate development, home building, and remodeling.
The 2023 WIR+CC event will take place October 25-27 in Nashville, Tenn., and will bring together more than 300 women leaders. The event will feature keynote talks, workshops, roundtable sessions, interactive panel discussions, networking events, and plenty of fun.
The event organizers are now accepting speaker proposals for the 2023 Women in Residential + Commercial Construction Conference.
Topics of interest include (but are not limited to):
- Team leadership techniques and lessons
- Career planning/career growth
- Planning for 2024
- Mentorship strategies
- Building your personal brand
- The business development mindset
- Diversity, equity, inclusion (DEI)
- How to lead/influence
- How to win more work for your firm
- Lessons from AEC firm pioneers and executive leaders
Attendees will include leaders from the following professions:
- Commercial construction
- Home building
- Real estate development
- Residential design
- Residential remodeling
CLICK HERE TO APPLY TO SPEAK AT WIR+CC 2023
Deadline for proposals: April 15, 2023
Editor’s Note: Your application does not guarantee placement on the agenda.
Questions? Contact David Barista at email@example.com.
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