The Al Hoffman UID Social Media Giveaway
For the 2021 University of Innovative Distribution Virtual Conference
Distributor middle management professionals seeking career advancement in the distribution field are encouraged to enter the SHDA Al Hoffman UID Social Media Giveaway to attend The University of Innovative Distribution (UID) Virtual Conference, scheduled for March 15-17, 2021. This is an incredible opportunity for distributors to identify their future leaders and provide them the education that will enhance their skills and contribution to your company and the industry.
Here are the eligibility requirements to win a FREE pass to UID 2021:
- Tag 3 industry peers in the comments of either this Facebook post or this Linkedin post
- Follow SHDA on social media
- Create a post using the #AlHoffman hashtag on either Facebook or LinkedIn
Please have this complete by March 10, 2021, in order to be entered into the drawing.
About Al Hoffman and the Scholarship
Al Hoffman, founder and Past President of SHDA was for many years, a leading figure in the security hardware industry. His two major goals were to help distributors grow and increase their profitability and to provide an educational forum for our industry. To recognize the great contributions of Al Hoffman, a scholarship has now been created in his name to underwrite the University of Innovative Distribution tuition to allow an SHDA distributor employee to participate in this annual program. This scholarship is a testament to Al’s belief and works on behalf of promoting education for the security hardware industry
The UID program is a wonderful four-day educational experience for professional distribution management personnel. Participants create their own curriculum that will earn them Continuing Education Units that can be applied towards earning a Professional Certificate in Innovative Distribution. The course content is provided by a team of the most widely respected experts in the distribution discipline. Topics range from sales planning, negotiating skills, leadership, delegation, and inventory management to branch management.