NAHFA to Launch Webinars

nahfa-logoROSEVILLE, Calif.-The North American Home Furnishings Association (NAHFA) will launch a monthly webinar series Sept. 18.

"NAHFA's focus is on helping our members grow their businesses," said NAHFA CEO Sharron Bradley. "Our monthly webinar program is a direct result of members telling us what they want and what they need. We're excited about the initiative and the added value it brings to our membership."

The first webinar, "Handling Negative Reviews on Yelp," will be Sept. 18 at 11 a.m. PST. Dealing with online reviews was a topic of debate raised by the NAHFA's Government Relations Action Team during its meeting in Phoenix this summer, NAHFA said.

The next two seminars will be "Hiring the Best Candidate: Dos and Don'ts in the Interview," Oct. 9 and "Blending Traditional Media & Social Content," Nov. 13. The webinars are free to members, and will be archived online for future viewing. For webinar information and registration visit nahfa.org/events-education/webinars.

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