Feb. 13, 2018 – The Florida Self Storage Association (FSSA), a state-based organization for self-storage owners, operators and vendors who service the self-storage industry, announced the FSSA Information Highway is taking place Feb. 22, 2018, at the Radisson Resort Orlando-Celebration (now formally the Grand Orlando Resort at Celebration) in Kissimmee, Florida. This event is open to self-storage owners, managers, operators, investors and vendors.
This day-long educational session focusing on operations and technology is taking the place of FSSA’s annual Conference & EXPO as they welcome the national Self Storage Association to Orlando for their spring show in March.
The FSSA Information Highway features two keynote speakers, breakout sessions and time for networking. Keynotes include Robert A. Chiti of OpenTech Alliance who will cover Why the Golden Rule is Bad for Business. The afternoon keynote, How Google is Affecting the Self Storage Industry,is presented by Ken Hendrickson of Easy Storage Solutions. Manager breakout sessions include industry expert Anne Ballard of Universal Storage Group on Let’s Go Beyond the Basics and Get Better, as well as 5 Ways to Cut Costs Using Mobile Technology with SiteLink’s Olivia Austin. The owner breakout sessions include Joseph D. Ort of The Ort Law Firm presenting Buying and Selling Self Storage Centers – A Real Estate Attorney’s Perspective and The Importance of Cybersecurity: Don’t be the Next Equifax with Rick Allen of OpenEdge, Lois Brown of Space Control Systems and Dale Taylor of RackSpace.
Longtime member of the FSSA, Chuck Dodge of Bader Company said, “FSSA remains one of the pre-eminent organizations within the self-storage industry. The FSSA is a great resource for owners and vendors alike to stay up-to-date on trends and issues that may impact our businesses. Whether it is through strengthening existing relationships and friendships or through meeting individuals new to the industry, the FSSA provides numerous opportunities for Bader to grow and strengthen our brand in the state of Florida.”
Registration fees vary for members and nonmembers. You can register for the Information Highway, become a member and learn more about the FSSA at www.FloridaSSA.org. For questions, send an email to clong@FloridaSSA.orgor call the office at 863-884-7204.