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Jul 15

Entrata Summit Gathers Who’s Who of Guest Speakers

Posted by: Entrata | Category: Company Announcements,Newsletters

Tony FadellWhat do the “godfather of the iPod” and Nest founder, Tony Fadell, and veteran Everest summiteer and the only American to have summited the world’s highest peaks without supplemental oxygen, Ed Viesturs, have in common? They’re both going to be hanging out with the Entrata crew in Park City this September as guest keynote speakers at the 2015 Summit! Fadell and Viesturs will join a growing list of guest speakers and panelists in this year’s agenda, focusing on promoting innovation and success in the multifamily industry.
 

Other guest panelists will include Darnell Holloway, director of local business at Yelp, joining a Reputation Management session; Christian Ward, EVP at Yext, and Greg Sterling, contributing editor at Search Engine Land, participating in the SEO session; and Lee Hall, general manager of owner services at Marriott Vacations Worldwide, contributing to a session focused on exceptional customer service.
 

“The team here at Entrata has been working tirelessly to assemble the best and brightest minds from both inside and outside the industry for our sessions this year,” said Summit events manager, Stefanie Lukowski. “We know that everyone loves the Stein Eriksen, the amazing food, and the activities, but people really come to learn and to share insight about technology in our industry.”
 

As in years past, the 2015 Entrata Summit is slated to be a can’t-miss event, with a schedule that focuses on thought-provoking keynotes, general sessions, and panel discussions combined with fine cuisine and high adventure in the beautiful Utah mountaintops. This year’s event also includes an expanded training schedule and a full-time User Lab allowing attendees convenient one-on-one time with their Entrata reps and product experts. The full Summit schedule will be posted within the next few weeks at http://Entrata.com/summit.
 

Space is limited and reservations are filling up fast, so interested participants are encouraged to register early. Early-bird pricing, which includes a $100 registration discount, is available until July 11.