During these unprecedented times, our deepest concerns go out to those directly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and those on the frontline keeping residents of seniors housing and skilled nursing communities safe. We’ve launched numerous initiatives to speed the delivery of quality data and information to facilitate problem-solving and decision making across the industry.
Educational Programming Week
Tues. – Thurs., Oct 6 – Oct 8
Business Education Week
Tues. – Thurs., Oct 13 – Oct 15
Convening the leadership of seniors housing and care to navigate today’s challenges and opportunities, build meaningful relationships, and grow their businesses, “the NIC” remains the industry’s most important event of the year.
Peer-to-peer exchanges provided the opportunity to brainstorm while experts put their own spin on the future of aging at NIC Talks. Educational sessions gave insights into the capital markets and what’s hot—the active adult rental market. After a day of making connections, NIC Fall Conference attendees mixed and mingled at a networking reception.
High profile general sessions punctuated a carefully curated program of breakout sessions focusing on the challenges and opportunities facing industry decision makers today.
Dr. Janet Yellen, the first-ever woman to be appointed chair of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, shared her perspective on the economy.
The 2019 NIC Fall Conference opened on Wednesday, September 11.
The First-Time Attendee Power Hour drew more than 200 participants to connect and network with other first-time attendees, meet NIC Leadership, and hear tips and tools for how to make the most of their conference experience. Afternoon educational sessions explored some of the latest high impact trends.
I always look forward to “the NIC.” It’s always a highlight of my year.
People come here specifically to make those connections and make those contacts, so the networking is easier because everybody’s in that frame of mind.