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Yardi will return as sponsor for Argentum Chief Executive Summit 2018

By Victoria Haviland 0 Comments NEWS, Regional News

At this year's Argentum Chief Executive Summit, Yardi will again be sponsoring. The summit brings together leaders, influential policy-makers, and senior living executives to speak on the significant business issues affecting the future of the senior living industry. Around 65 senior living influences are exected at the event and are set to take place mid-September in Boston, Massachusetts.

A benefit of Premier Membership with Argentum, the summit provides networking opportunities as well as informational sessions and a lineup of inspiring guests. Speakers include Congresswoman Katherine Clark, Sociobiologist Rebecca Costa, NIC Chief Economist Beth Burnham Mace and Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Senior Economist and Policy Advisor Dr. Christopher Foote, among esteemed others.

Program highlights include sessions focused on the impact of the economy on senior living workforce trends, midterm policy implications, the changing face of media communications and technology in the form of a senior living science fair. Participants will also tour the MIT Media Lab, an interdisciplinary research laboratory at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

"Each year, Argentum holds its Chief Executive Summit to explore ways to foster innovation in the senior living industry. The sessions are incredibly relevant, with topics driven by current events—but it's also very hands-on," said Richard Nix, senior director of senior living sales for Yardi. "We look forward to seeing what's in store this year including all of the new technologies that will affect the future of the industry."

For those attending the event who wish to meet with Yarci to learn more about the single connected solution for senior living management can schedule a meeting here.

SOURCE Argentum
Edited by V. Haviland

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