As we confirm sessions, we will add descriptions here. A final schedule with the room locations and timing will be posted closer to the event date. All sessions will be held on Tuesday, June 4.
**Session times are subject to change.
Check back for updates.**
Session 1 - 12:00pm - 1:15pm
Meet the Media: How to Make the Media Work for Your Organization
The focus of the paneled session will be about what media experts look for in pitches from marketing, public relations, and communications professionals. Panelists will share their tips, outlook, and advice on how to work with them and their media outlets.
Review of Ski Area Statutes & Topics Related to Liability
Led by Tom Quarles of Devine Millimet
Energy & Sustainability: NH Policy & Legislative Overview for 2019
Gunstock Mountain Resort Facilities Tour
Led by Gunstock staff
Please note: the shuttle from the hotel leaves promptly at 11:45am and the session lasts until 4:15pm.
Session 2 - 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Tips to Re-engage Lapsed Skiers
Led by Jeff Coveney of Digital Pi
The exploration of marketing strategies that include getting your data in order, leveraging multiple channels for conveying your message, and employing new technologies.
HR Stranger Things: How to Make Sense of Workplace Legal Developments
Presented by Jim Reidy of Sheehan and Phinney
Employment law updates and a look into the future. Jim will review federal and state workplace issues as well as legislative developments in an interactive session.
The Current Landscape for Clean Energy & Renewable Projects in New Hampshire
Session 3 - 3:00pm - 4:15pm
Marketing Mashup: Web Accessibility + Online Video
This is going to be a jam you won't want to miss. The DJs of Digital, Dave Gibson from Propeller and Luke Stafford from Mondo, are going to lay down mad beats and answer two big digital quandaries: What is the latest in ADA website compliance? And are you utilizing online video to its full potential? Mad, right? ;)
Developing Employee Pipelines through New Hampshire's Education Systems
An interactive session where the group discusses ways that the ski industry can partner with NH's CTE's, colleges & universities to develop programs and educational tracks that will help ski areas fill positions.