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Expand Your Professional Network at MBS Spring Forums

Posted by Liz Schulte on 4/6/17 5:30 AM
Topics: Higher Ed, retail technology, MBS Systems Forums

Only a couple weeks away, MBS Systems’ Spring Forums is almost here. There is still time to register, but space is running out fast. Join MBS Systems for this free event in Columbia, Missouri, April 18-20 for three days of hands-on learning and networking with other college stores.

Let MBS take you through the ins and outs of how your store can best use our systems, as well as answer any questions you have. On top of the expertise provided, join your industry peers in multiple group discussions about the various aspects of our systems and how they use them in their day-to-day lives. Learn from their experiences to discover the possibilities within your own system and share your own tips and tricks to help others.

Talk to UC Davis Stores about their excellent rewards program and how they instantly sign up customers at the register and allow existing customers to use their points. Get to know the 2017 Collegiate Retailer of the Year, Colorado State University. Find out how they saved students more than $4.7 million last year on course materials. Discuss with North Dakota State University the many unique and creative ways they engage their students, keeping their college store an essential part of the campus community.

At the MBS Systems’ Spring Forums, you can network with these schools and many more. Our attendees span from California to Rhode Island and Minnesota down to New Mexico, filling the forums with a wealth of industry knowledge.

Register now to take advantage of this fantastic networking and training opportunity. We hope to see you soon.

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About Liz Schulte

Liz is a marketing copywriter for MBS. Her background ranges from customer service to business owner. She has firsthand experience with creating marketing plans as well as ensuring the customer’s needs are met. When she isn’t in the office, she is an avid reader, a prolific writer and the owner of two very spoiled dogs.

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