Nevada REALTORS state conference proved success in virtual format

mc hamrick
November 03, 2020
Virtual options can still provide great resources. That was the key takeaway for Nevada REALTORS® last week as the state association hosted its third annual state conference, Oct. 27-29, but for the first time on a virtual/digital platform.
The COVID-19 pandemic forced NVR leaders to change plans in late summer. The changes were seamless as the group pivoted to a virtual platform after altering plans for in-person meetings at Incline Village/Lake Tahoe in early October. More than a thousand REALTORS® statewide registered and attended the three-day event.

"I'm really pleased with how the event came together and was executed," 2020 NVR President Chris Bishop said. "Despite being forced to change our format plans late in the game, we were still able to offer our REALTOR® members a lot very valuable content that hopefully was both insightful and fun."

Day 1 attendees got to enjoy a first-ever presentation with both Mike and Tom Ferry as well as a broker panel discussion on finding ways to thrive during times of crisis. Day 2 featured government affairs recaps and political discussions, including an interview with Governor Steve Sisolak and another with veteran Nevada journalists Jon Ralston and Elizabeth Thompson. The third day offered up leadership updates from NAR President Vince Malta and CEO Bob Goldberg as well as discussions with state and local leadership on what's impacting their regions and how to get involved. Comedian Sam Adams capped off the conference with some laughs and his thoughts on successful presentations during a time when virtual presentations have become the norm.

All conference recordings are now available for viewing. From your desktop, just click here. You may need to login into your Whova dashboard after utilizing the link and click on video gallery. From your Whova phone app, login and find the videos tab.