Big Builder Week is set to kick off Monday, Nov. 16. All in the home building community are invited to participate in this five-day event, which offers a rich educational program that will help event participants from up and down the management ranks at home building organizations nationwide sharpen their skills. Through live seminar events, online collaboration, and on-demand learning, this multimedia program teaches participants how to detect opportunity in a market, better reach target home buyers, manage more meaningfully and measurably, and get on plan for the 2010 calendar year.

All you need to do to take advantage of some of the best industry-specific educational programming both on-demand and in real time during Big Builder Week is register at It's fast, easy, and best of all--it's free.

Expand your view of the state of the industry while gaining a deeper understanding of some of home building's most pressing issues with our National Interest section of the conference Web site. We've assembled a notable team of experts to provide perspective on what's happening in the industry today as well as outlooks for tomorrow.

Looking to sharpen your skills in a specific discipline? It's a one-stop shop in the Best Practices portion of our site. Choose from a 10-plus program menu, offering educational opportunity across disciplines as varied as design, finance, and sales and marketing.

But the main event during Big Builder Week is a series of live Webinars, which you can access through the Regions section of the Web site. We've assembled five cross-disciplinary teams in five markets and assigned each of them a tract of land in their respective markets. The challenge is for each team to craft the best business and development plan for their specific parcel. Every day this week, one team will present their final plan via Webinar, followed by a live Q&A session. Tune in to find out what some of the brightest minds in your favorite markets have come up with.

For details on all available programming, click on one of the links below.

National Interest


Best Practices