Whether you’re a broker with a large franchise brokerage, midsized regional brand, local boutique or emerging “indie” shop, you can’t afford to miss Real Estate Connect New York City 2015, coming Jan. 27-30 to the Marriott Marquis.

Kicking off the conference is the Broker War Room, which is quickly filling up. Click here now to reserve your seat.

“If you thought being a successful broker in 2014 was a challenge, welcome to 2015,” said Inman Publisher Brad Inman. “Whether you’re feeling pinched by the portals, unsure how to leverage new technologies or simply looking to share ideas with colleagues who are experiencing some of the same bumps in the road, you can’t afford to miss Connect NYC.”

At Connect NYC 2015, you’ll hear from all of the major brand executives, including Realogy’s Richard Smith and Re/Max CEO Dave Liniger, along with newcomers like Robert Reffkin of Urban Compass. Super-successful independent brokers, such as Dottie Herman and Mauricio Umansky, will talk about how they grew their businesses.

“Shark Tank” star Barbara Corcoran will speak on what it takes to succeed, and high-tech innovators like Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian will share their stories. And that’s just a partial list of the more than 150 speakers and panelists set to share a wealth of actionable information and ideas.

This year’s Connect offers an expanded menu of broker-focused events, speakers, panels, and networking opportunities aimed at helping brokers move quickly on new technologies, new strategies and new partnerships. On Tuesday, brokers can listen as a new crop of innovators share their stories in the popular Broker War Room. Wednesday features an exclusive broker education track with hours of content delivered by the best and brightest of the industry. That will be followed on Thursday by a new track designed expressly for owners and brokers of independent, or “indie,” brokerages.

To register for Connect, go to http://bit.ly/connectnyc.

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