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Hawaii Life Hosts 2nd ‘Worthshop’ In Honolulu August 30th, 2012

On Thursday, August 30th, at The Modern Honolulu hotel in Waikiki, Hawaii Life will be hosting the 2nd in its “Worthshop Series”. Following the success of our inaugural May event at the Four Seasons Hualalai, this installment will focus on establishing successful relationships with the affluent customer.

While the event is designed for real estate brokers and agents, the public is welcome, and Hawaii Life is expecting people from related industries such as finance, design, architecture, etc. The keynote speaker at the Honolulu event is Michela O’Connor Abrams, President and CEO of Dwell Media Inc. Her talk, “The New Face Of Affluence” will provide an in-depth look at how to successfully interact with affluent clientele. The Worthshop Series started as a learning event for brokers and agents, but Hawaii Life quickly realized that many people are eager to understand what’s going on in the affluent market segment, so they opened it up to the public.

This event will be full of info, networking, and ideas.

Admission is $100 per person for those registering in advance, and $150 at the door.

For ticket information, visit worthshop.hawaiilife.com or call 888-WORTHSHOP (888-967-8474). Space is limited.

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