Weekdays with Bernie FAQs
Join us for the BerniePortal users conference
Have you registered for Weekdays with Bernie yet? Our users conference is March 25-27, 2019 in downtown Nashville, and will convene more than 200 benefits leaders from around the country for best-in-class learning opportunities, networking, and agency development.
We’re enlisted some of the industry’s smartest, most innovative thinkers to to provide valuable business advice, industry information and sales and customer service strategies to our BerniePortal partners.
Want more WWB info? Read on for answers to frequently asked questions.
Weekdays with Bernie FAQs
1. Who should attend Weekdays with Bernie?
If you’re a BerniePortal partner, we’d love to have you! Weekdays with Bernie will have something for everyone with session topics ranging from the cost of healthcare to sales growth and customer service.
Weekdays with Bernie will be especially useful to:
Service team members
2. What should I expect?
The goal of Weekdays with Bernie is to provide valuable business advice, industry information and sales and customer service strategies to our BerniePortal partners.
We’ll kick off with a reception, leading to a two-day conference. You will hear from former Senator Bill Frist, seasoned entrepreneur coach Andy Bailey, sales guru John Boyens and reference-based pricing expert Lester Morales, among many other healthcare, insurance and BerniePortal professionals
You can expect to learn new strategies for building your business, develop managerial best practices, mark a new era for your agency and network with peer benefits professionals from around the country. Oh—and you’ll have fun in Nashville exploring downtown Music City!
3. What should I bring?
We recommend bringing a laptop. Networking materials may also come in handy!
4. What is the dress code?
The dress code at Weekdays with Bernie is a casual business casual. (Jeans are okay!)
5. Will I be able to attend all sessions?
Bernie Breakouts will be split across three sessions and attendees can choose the most relevant session. All other sessions will be generated and available to all attendees, with no other events occurring at those times.
6. What meals will be provided?
Breakfast and lunch are provided by Weekdays with Bernie.
7. What is the investment to attend Weekdays with Bernie?
Early Bird registration starts at $495 and pricing increases as the event nears. For sponsorship pricing, please contact Sarah Weinstein at Sarah.Weinstein@bernardhealth.com
8. Will there be BerniePortal training at Weekdays with Bernie?
Yes. Due to popular demand, we have added a pre-conference training session. Perfect for new BerniePortal partners or those who weren’t able to make it to training in Nashville the first time around, the training portion of Weekdays with Bernie will start one day earlier than the conference and require assigned breakout sessions during the conference itself.