Private Company Priorities 2020 Conference and Washington Fly-In

6 CPE Credits

For private companies, the intersection of new technologies, talent and a competitive business environment is driving disruption. Innovative companies are moving quickly to transform their business model in pursuit of new opportunities that disruption can present. Attend the Private Company Priorities 2020 Conference and gain insight into the critical issues and upcoming trends facing private companies.  

Topics and Discussion include:

  • Regulatory Uncertainty/Update on Legislative/Policy Issues
  • Disruptive Technologies
  • Attracting and Retaining Top Talent to Meet Operational Needs
  • Human Resource Issues
  • Succession Planning Strategies
  • The Impact of Rising Labor Costs on Profitability
  • Cybersecurity
  • Diversity
  • Strategy and Execution
  • New Client Acquisition

FEI’s Committee on Private Companies is developing a robust conference agenda. Attend and earn up to 6 CPE credits while sharpening your skills and expanding your professional network. Registration includes breakfast, lunch and two networking breaks.

Networking Reception
Cap off your conference experience at a closing reception. Enjoy cocktails and hors d’oeuvres, network with your peers, and continue the conversations from the conference.

Who Should Attend?
Finance, trustees and business professionals employed at privately-held companies with responsibility or oversight in their organizations for:

  • Financial and Operational Strategy
  • Human Resource Management
  • Employee Engagement
  • Healthcare
  • Regulatory and Compliance Matters
  • Risk Management
  • Cybersecurity
  • Client Acquisition
Bring your team and save!
Register three attendees from the same company and receive a complimentary registration for the fourth attendee. Download the registration form here.

Washington Fly-In for FEI Members
Following the conference, FEI members are invited to attend the Private Company Washington Fly-in, which begins on the evening of March 31 with a casual networking reception. On Wednesday, April 1, Fly-in participants will attend a series of meetings on Capitol Hill with members of the House and Senate and their staffs to discuss public policy issues of concern to the private company community. The Fly-In will begin with a breakfast briefing and followed by travel to Capitol Hill for a day of meetings. Registration is complimentary.