Rock and Roll at MSA FORWARD!
Save the date for our next Retail Conference & Expo: April 23-27 in the “Rock and Roll Capital of the World.” Whether viewing Monets and Picassos at the Cleveland Museum of Art or rocking out to music legends inside the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Cleveland is a city that mixes equal parts grit and sophistication.
Join fellow non-profit retail professionals from around the world at this annual gathering to connect, learn, and do business. MSA will leverage its trusted relationship within the industry to assemble a line-up of expert speakers who will teach you how to become a Retail Rock Star. Discover the latest non-profit retail trends and most innovative new strategies you can use to improve your cultural institution. Explore the expo hall to rock out with new vendors and ensure you’re offering the most cutting-edge products available!
Stay tuned for details coming soon!
Hear from last year’s attendees!
The MSA Conference benefits outweigh the cost and this year was awesome. As a veteran in my field of work, I still find new ideas and meet new people to build my network.
MSA FORWARD is essential for any non-profit retail professional and the businesses that provide goods and services to the MSA community. This annual event is the PLACE to connect, learn and do business during a jam-packed five days!
This was my first MSA FORWARD event as a new vendor. I felt so welcomed by both buyers and other vendors at this event. We also are a nonprofit organization, unique for a vendor, it was so refreshing to meet buyers who could understand and appreciate that. They were interested in my product and our story and i felt welcome!
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