(Filed Under Event News). Amoena, a maker of post-mastectomy intimate apparel, and Julius Zorn Inc., a medical compression garment manufacturer, are co-sponsoring a conference aimed at helping specialty retailers grow their businesses.
The companies will hold the first annual Symposium, “Providing Opportunities for Wellness, Health and Renewal (POWER)” from March 6 through 8 at Las Vegas’ Paris and Bally’s hotels. The conference is designed for women’s and hospital boutiques, orthotics and prosthetics practitioners and medical professionals.
Amoena and Julius Zorn expect the symposium to provide a forum for attendees to exchange ideas about re-energizing business, better connecting with customers and gaining perspective on wellness. “Attendees will gain real business insights and have the opportunity to explore trends with leading authorities in the field,” said Tom Musone, marketing director for Juzo. “Amoena and Juzo have rich histories in designing products that enhance a person’s lifestyle. The POWER Symposium builds upon that philosophy. We are all coming together with a shared purpose-to promote wellness through products and services.”
The Symposium will focus specifically on the needs of women consumers, and will include educational courses approved for continuing education credits. It will also include question and answer workshops hosted by representatives from the Board of Acccreditation (BOC) and Medicare addressing accreditation; sessions focused on current surgical trends in breast surgery and the products that promote recovery; and a fashion show featuring products by Amoena, Juzo and other vendors.
Carolyn Finch, a medical researcher, healthcare practictioner and author of “Universal Handbook,” is the symposium’s keynote speaker. She will discuss how wellness plays into business success and other ways to positively impact retailers’ bottom line.
For further information, contact the POWER Symposium in Beverly, Mass. by calling (978) 927-7800.
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