New Orleans to Host – NAE 2011 Free Enterprise Forum

The National Association of Entrepreneurship announces the 2011 Free Enterprise Forum – at the New Orleans Marriott september, 2011. Mid-Market Leaders will discuss advancing free enterprise in the United States.

The program will include high-value thought leaders, hands on work / learn / grow sessions, CEO forums, and tremendous networking opportunities. The Forum’s center point is the presentation of the “NAE 250 Awards,” and the “Champions of Free Enterprise” induction ceremony.

“The format, which blends speaker, advisory-peer, and hands-on sessions is brilliant,” says Robert Sturm, NAE Board Member and Professional Travel CEO. “Everyone who attends will gain great insight and real-world ideas to lead their business forward in this difficult economy.”

Where better to discuss renewal and growth than in New Orleans – the “comeback city?” This is not just another convention. NAE provides a substantive, fresh conference designed to enhance attendees and their businesses through a wide variety of programs.

“The Free Enterprise Forum will also offer special programs for spouses, family, and special guests – with meeting dates just 10 days before Mardi Gras, the city will be abuzz. This will make for a very interesting, and fun, warm-weather destination for the entire family to enjoy,” says Kay Catlett, NAE’s Vice-President of Member Services.

The National Association of Entrepreneurship is the voice of America's Mid-Market Leaders. Our members represent the driving force of free enterprise. NAE provides essential research, critical content, and unparalleled connectivity. NEA hosts a series of events annually, including the Free Enterprise Forum, CEO Briefings Circuit, and the NAE Legislative and Technology Summits. NAE strives to advance the valuable role of free enterprise in the United States.

Learn why NAE is free enterprise at www.naeonline.org or (216) 244-1504.

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