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The Millennium Experience Will Welcome Non-Millennium Clients For the First Time in 2017

Elizabeth Jakaitis | March 1, 2017 | 2:06 PM

For the first time in its 16-year history, the Millennium Experience will open its doors to all industry professionals. Hosted by Millennium Systems International, the annual conference will include hair shows and inspirational speakers, aimed to celebrate the future of the industry and to inspire attendees to try new strategies that will benefit their brands.The event, which draws over 600 beauty and wellness professionals, cultivates a blend of networking, education and inspiration to foster business growth.

"We've always wanted to open up our Millennium Experience to the entire industry and in 2017, we are finally doing it,” says Millennium Founder and CEO John Harms. “Our core mission is to be more than a software company and educate the industry on proven ways to grow.”

“No empire was built without powerful tools and knowledge," says Harms. "Our newly expanded education team is excited about revealing the ‘secret sauce’ behind Millennium's success – our culture, employees, and practical teachings that make sense and are actionable when you return to your business – even if you don't use Millennium or Meevo."

The Millennium Experience will take place in Fort Lauderdale, Florida on June 11–13 2017.

To learn more about the event, visit www.speaktme.com.

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