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    SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

    Principals Schedule – all events in Cypress Ballroom unless otherwise noted

    Emerging Leaders Schedule – all events in Ansonborough Room unless otherwise noted

    Open to All Attendees

    Sunday, July 22, 2018

    8:00 AM – 2:30 PM

    MAPPS Board of Directors Meeting Riley Boardroom

    1:00 PM Registration Opens Tapestry Foyer

    4:00 PM – 5:00 PM

    MAPPS Keynote – An Introduction to Charleston Facilitator: Brian Raber, MAPPS President Speaker: Linda Wohlfeil, Exclusively Charleston

    Cypress Ballroom This Introduction to Charleston offers a timeline of Charleston's 300 year history to include Colonial (Revolutionary War), Civil War (Antebellum era), Victorian Charleston and the 20th Century Preservation period. Charleston, SC was a jewel in the 18th Century. The city lost everything in the great Civil War but was not burned by Sherman's army. Poverty preserved the city for 100 years.

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    5:15 PM – 7:00 PM

    Welcome Reception Grand Hall

    Join us for a social hour with drinks and light hors d’oeuvres to meet up with old friends and new!

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    Monday, July 23, 2018

    Conference Media Sponsors

    7:00 AM – 8:00 AM

    Breakfast Dogwood Ballroom

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    8:00 AM – 9:00 AM 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM

    Opening Remarks and New Member Lightning Round Facilitator, Speaker: Brian Raber, MAPPS President

    The summer conference will begin with this round-robin session where members will have an opportunity to interview new members to learn firsthand what these firms do and hopefully identify partnering possibilities.

    National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) Facilitator: John Copple, Sanborn Speakers: Deirdre Reid, Program Management Execution Officer, Commercial GEOINT Solutions

    Deirdre will be presenting how to do business with NGA and the Cyborg initiative. Mike Hummel, Office of Small Business Programs, NGA, will also be available for one-on- one discussion with small business owners.

    Emerging Leaders Session 1: Managerial Accounting

    The purpose of this course is to provide an understanding of how accounting information can improve decision-making in areas such as planning, organizing, and controlling. Topics of discussion should include cost-volume-profit relationships, preparing and using cash flow statements, budgeting and profit planning, etc.

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    9:00 AM – 12:30 PM

    Spouse / Guest Breakfast & Program Charleston Grill Restaurant Following breakfast, spouses/guest are invited to participate in a walking tour of Historic Charleston ending at the Nathaniel Russell House Museum with time to explore the exhibits. Then we’ll enjoy a narrated carriage tour of the area which will end back at the hotel.

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    10:00 AM- 10:15 AM

    Refreshment Break Gazebo Cypress Foyer

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    10:15 AM– 11:15 AM

    MARKETING MYTH-STAKES: Clearing the Road to Better Strategies Facilitator: Jim Van Rens, RIEGL Speaker: Chuck Boteler, Director of Business Development, Flatdog Media, Inc.

    In this casual workshop and discussion, attendees will identify and discuss common myths and mistakes that can get in the way of sound marketing strategy. Too many times we fall into the trap of making decisions and forming opinions based on incomplete data or personal biases. Changing your thought process

    Emerging Leaders Session 1: Managerial Accounting (continued)

    The purpose of this course is to provide an understanding of how accounting information can improve decision-making in areas such as planning, organizing, and controlling. Topics of discussion should include cost-volume-profit relationships, preparing and using cash flow statements, budgeting and profit planning, etc.

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    11:15 AM- 11:45 AM 11:45 AM- 12:15 PM

    to think in terms of a roadmap can provide better clarity, goal setting and long-term success.

    Stringfellow Management Group (SMG): MAPPS New Association Management Facilitator: Brian Raber, MAPPS President Speaker: Jennifer Miller, MAPPS Association Manager

    MAPPS new Association Manager will describe how the changes in MAPPS will positively impact MAPPS and, in turn, our businesses. SMG will discuss association management and how they will be managing MAPPS and helping us with recruiting and retention of membership among many other topics.

    How to Create an Elevator Pitch Facilitator: Mark Brooks, MAPPS President-Elect Speaker: Jay Arnold, Arnold Consulting

    This engaging, fun session will teach us how to create and use an elevator pitch using the “StoryBrand” model when introducing our businesses to others. Several member firms will actually create their elevator pitch in this session with help from an expert.

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    12:15 PM- 1:00 PM

    Committee Meetings with Lunch Lunch buffet will be available for all in the Dogwood Ballroom. The following committee meetings are open to all MAPPS members – separate buffets will be available by these meeting rooms - come and join the discussion! Aerial Acquisition Forum – Colleton Room Legislative Affairs Committee – Drayton Room

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    1:00 PM- 2:00 PM

    How to Stand Up New Technology Facilitator: Pam Nobles, Diversified Design and Drafting Services, Inc. Speakers: Allen Nobles, SAM, Inc.; Robin Petzold, Board of Professional Surveyors and Mappers; and Eric Andelin, Wantman Group, Inc.

    This informative session will be a discussion about how new technology has been used to successfully transform geospatial businesses.

    Emerging Leaders Session 1: Managerial Accounting (continued)

    The purpose of this course is to provide an understanding of how accounting information can improve decision-making in areas such as planning, organizing, and controlling. Topics of discussion should include cost-volume-profit relationships, preparing and using cash flow statements, budgeting and profit planning, etc.

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    2:00 PM – 4:00 PM

    Networking Activity: Kite Excursion Gather in Main Lobby Take a break from meetings and let’s go fly a kite! Experience the joy and happiness that comes from letting out the line, letting your kite catch the wind, and letting that kite soar high into the sky. Kites will be provided and we’ll have a kite guide available to share tips on getting and keeping your kite in the air. Enjoy the pleasures and fellowship to be found at the end of a kite line. Sharing with others makes the fun even greater!

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    7:30 PM – 8:30 PM

    PAC Briefing (Open to All Attendees & Families Hospitality Reception to Follow)

    Longborough Room Guest Speaker: Katie Arrington – Republican candidate for South Carolina’s 1st District. Arrington has been a member of the South Carolina House of Representatives 94th District since 2017. Arrington recently had a substantial primary victory over past Governor and incumbent Congressman Mark Sanford. MAPPS LAC will be discussing several geospatial policies and programs with Arrington including: Digital Coast Act, Landslide Act, infrastructure packages, 3DEP, etc.

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    8:30 PM – 11:00 PM

    Hospitality Suite Longborough Room

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    Tuesday, July 24, 2018

    7:00 AM – 8:00 AM

    Breakfast Dogwood Ballroom

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    8:00 AM – 9:00 AM 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM

    UAS Update Facilitator: John Perry, Altavian Speaker: Blaine Horner, Precision Hawk and Peter McNall, General Atomics

    An industry and government panel is planned to update the membership on what’s new or happening at the FAA and within our profession regarding UAS. Hopefully, we will learn more about the FAA UAS Integration Pilot Program (IPP) awards that should be awarded by this time

    MAPPS Annual Business Meeting and Strategic Planning Facilitator: Brian Raber, MAPPS President

    Can't hardly have an organization without an annual business meeting. New officers will be elected and MAPPS strategic plan will be updated.

    Emerging Leaders Session 2: Negotiation & Diplomacy

    This day long course will cover useful negotiation and diplomacy skills for contracting, internal negotiations, and persuasion. This course will largely consist of some case studies and some real-world discussion of topics relative to MAPPS activities.

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    9:00 AM – 2:00 PM

    Spouse/Guest Program Main Lobby