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    ZweigWhite to host 12th annual Zweig Letter Hot Firm Conference

    Press Release: July 1, 2011

    FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (July 1, 2011) – North America’s hottest design firms are descending in glitzy Laguna Beach, Calif., in October for a glamorous awards and event that could well rival the Academy Awards.

    Scheduled for October 26-27, The Zweig Letter 2011 Hot Firm Conference and Awards Celebration will celebrate the fastest-growing architecture, engineering, planning, and environmental consulting firms in the land.  The event has been held every October since 2000, and features top industry professionals and experts sharing industry news and inspiration.

    This high-energy conference is guaranteed not to have presenters spewing clichéd leadership mantras and the same old marketing ideas. It’s all about real success in a challenging time.  The experience includes networking time, conference presentations and a black-tie banquet awards ceremony, all at the luxurious Montage Hotel in Laguna Beach. 

    The awards ceremony will recognize the 200 fastest growing design firms in North America, an exclusive club known as The Zweig Letter Hot Firm List.

    Attendees will leave this conference feeling revitalized and with new tactics to achieve greater success. 

    “Most conferences I go to tend to focus on fulfilling CEUs. This was good to focus on leadership and success,” said 2010 Hot Firm winner and conference attendee Joseph Sporko, managing principal at The LA Group, a landscape architecture and engineering firm located in Saratoga Springs, NY.

    ZweigWhite CEO, Mark Zweig says, “Times must be improving.  We have had more entries to The Zweig Letter Hot Firm conference this year than we have seen in years.”

    To find out more about The Zweig Letter Hot Firm Conference go to www.zweigwhite.com/events/hotfirm

    Press Contact:
    Christina Zweig
    christinaz@zweigwhite.com
    www.zweigwhite.com

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