MINDBODY, the leading provider of cloud-based business management software, announced their annual conference, BOLD, to be held September 27-29 in San Diego, California.

The conference will bring together business owners and experts across the industry to network and learn how MINDBODY can help their business excel. Attendees will learn from senior leaders on the latest products and features, also witnessing them firsthand.

“This year’s BOLD conference will be bigger and bolder than ever.  We expect more than 1,500 wellness business owners and industry experts from around the world,” said Rick Stollmeyer, MINDBODY CEO and Co-founder. “This year we have a beautiful new venue and several awesome surprises in store.  If you’ve been to BOLD before, you will not want to miss this one.  If you’ve been thinking of coming, this is the year to do it.”

The conference offers 30 educational breakout sessions designed to inspire attendees and provide them with advice and tactics that can be applied to their business. Covering a range of topics including marketing, social media and customer retention – highlights of these expert-led sessions include:

–          Maximizing Your Marketing Without Spending a Fortune

–          Understand the Connection Between Your Financials and Growth

–          Creating and Sustaining a Thriving Wellness Business

–          How to Run Your Business Without It Running You

–          Social Media Strategies to Set Your Business Apart

In the March/April issue of Mindful Studio, Wanderlust Yoga Austin’s owner Ashley Spence Clauer credited her experience at a BOLD conference. She said she received practical advice on operations and marketing, and discovered places she was making mistakes with the operations side of her business.

The conference’s educational sessions are balanced with a variety of networking opportunities and unique wellness experiences, including the popular BOLD Bash. Award winners are also celebrated for the remarkable milestones achieved throughout the past year, such as business growth records and community outreach initiatives.