As we all know, the past year was full of unknowns and we have all had to adapt to new circumstances and a new normal. The COVID-19 pandemic forced all of us to pivot to a virtual world for hosting meetings, conferences, and events. Despite the transition, we have remained resolute and adapted our events to continue to provide important value to our members, as we remain THE voice of the business community.
After much discussion with our partners, sponsors, and elected officials we have come to the decision to shift Business Day from an in-person event to a virtual event. Our highest priority is to ensure that our participants are safe and comfortable.
Business Day will be business as usual with legislative leaders, the Lieutenant Governor and the Governor continuing to participate as event speakers. An agenda will be released this week with a breakdown of timing and other details.
Already registered for Business Day? No need to worry!
Since this event is in partnership with the New Mexico Hospitality Association (NMHA), we will be using their virtual meeting platform Cvent. No action is required from you, and we will share your registration information with NMHA and they will register you within the Cvent system. You will receive login credentials via email from NMHA to access our virtual Business Day event.
Please do not hesitate to reach out to our team with any questions or concerns.
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