The stage is set for Millennium software's annual conference educational event, The Experience 2013. June 23 -25, hundreds of salon professionals will unite for education, networking opps, and inspiring entertainment at the beautiful Camelback Inn Resort and Spa in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Attendees can expect three full days packed with education from how to get the most out of your Millennium Software, to varying "tracks" focusing on business classes, retailing, marketing, inventory management, and more (taught by industry experts and celebs). Educators include John Harms, Tabatha Coffey, Robert Cromeans, Martino Cartier, Matt Beck, Neil Ducoff, among others. Attendees can look forward to the always anticipated get together party and Owner’s Social.

"Every year it keeps getting bigger and better," says John Harms, founder and CEO of Millennium. "The Experience is great education, but it's also a lot of fun, a lot of networking, and we always have surprises from music and entertainment and, this year, we are VERY excited about what's to come."

Classes are taught by experts in his or her field and attendees always get the opportunity for a question/answer session. This conference is truly designed to be customized to what YOU want to learn and attendees walk away with immediate, actionable items to help improve their businesses.

Each year, this event is so motivational and inspiring for not just salon owners, but also for stylists and, now for the second year, cosmetology students. The event, which began at a local New Jersey hotel with just 40 attendees, has now grown to an expected 800 attendees.

"Our main focus is education, but our stylist track gives stylists the opportunity to sit with Robert Cromeans and Tabatha Coffey and learn hair education, but Day 2 is all about business education--how they can grow their own businesses," Harms says.

Stay tuned for more info on The Experience as it comes in!

See last year's full wrap up:

Millennium's The Experience: The 2012 Conference Wrap Up

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