The UP Experience Annual Thought-Leader Conference – Save the Date

The UP Experience 2011 selected speaker composite imagenew ideas and connections achieved in one mind-opening day a year

The UP Experience is an annual thought-leader conference held each year in Greater Houston, featuring domain-expert speakers from every area of work and culture.

The purpose is to educate, inspire, entertain and challenge by offering unique perspectives from unique people for one mind-opening day a year.

The conference is unique for scheduling time for attendees to meet and talk with speakers, and for scheduling only speakers who are accomplished, passionate communicators, as well as experts in their fields.

The conference is unique for its Southwest location: half the speakers have never been to Greater Houston, because the only other conferences of this quality are offered only on the East and West Coasts.

The conference is unique for offering a same-day, parallel “Junior UP Experience” for high-school students, who hear a selected subset of the speakers from the adult program.

The benefit to attendees includes energy, new information, thinking outside the box, and meeting new thought leaders. Each year attendees report being more able to make things happen in their work and culture, with the new ideas and connections achieved in one mind-opening day a year.

Save the date:
The UP Experience
October 27, 2011

8:30am – 4:30pm

Stafford Performing Arts Theatre
10505 Cash Road
Stafford,TX 77477

The UP Experience

www.theupexperience.com
sheryl@theupexperience.com

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