The National Association of Women in Real Estate Businesses (NAWRB) is hosting its annual conference August 17th to August 19th, 2015 at the Renaissance Hotel in Long Beach, California.
Our various panels will provide attendees important updates and the latest industry information, all from the industry’s experts. The FDIC, SBA, CFPB, FHFA, Freddie Mac, and Fannie Mae are just some of the entities who will be represented by speakers in our panels. Business success relies on proactive behavior, and our conference will help you achieve this.
During our “One-On-One Corporate/Financial Advisor Meeting” attendees will be able to actually meet with financial advisors and corporations; these entities heavily promote women inclusion in their networks and are in need of your services.
Our “Certification Training” session will guide you through the process for women-owned business certification. Certification is an attribute that will help your business stand out and heighten its appeal when searching for new avenues of business.
With the TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure rule changing the way business is done in the mortgage industry it is exceedingly important to know how it is impacting your business. Attendees will learn of new mortgage servicing developments, the new proposed ruling and the latest updates regarding TRID.
Expand Your Business
Government contracts are a helpful way to grow your business; our “Use your REO and Corporate Training to secure government contracts” session will guide you through the process of transitioning your existing skill set to gain awareness of these contracting opportunities.
The “Maximize your Products and Services: Supplier Diversity within the Regulated Entities” panel will inform you how financial institutions and GSEs are changing regarding women- and minority-owned business suppliers, and will teach you how to set your business apart and expand it with newfound supplier diversity opportunities including transactional sides.
With the creation of OMWI by Section 342 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, it is important to understand the progress that has been made in regards to minority and women inclusion and the ways this advancement could affect and help your business.
Our “OMWI Update,” featuring OMWI directors for the FDIC, CFPB and FHFA, will provide details concerning the current state of the minority and women inclusion within these respective entities and the entities they regulate. Our speakers will also address future goals and clarify how OMWIs progress impacts your business.
If you are a woman, minority, work for a women- or minority-owned business, the 2015 NAWRB conference is where you need to be. Our most important mission is providing our members with awareness and opportunities in housing, in the effort of helping them expand their business and prosper. Our annual conference is a resource guide for our community; it will arm you with the necessary tools and information for success.