"Breaking Boundaries," the theme just announced for the 2014 Antelope Valley Business Outlook Conference, is based on innovative plans and preparations that promise to break decades-old program practices, while enlivening the experience for an expected 800 visitors.
The 2014 Antelope Valley Business Outlook Conference will take place on Friday, Feb. 21, 2014 in the newly completed Events Center at Mojave Air and Space Port. The completely renovated Events Center, a hangar style structure dating back to World War II, will allow Outlook Conference attendees to see displays of real aerospace and other technology hardware inside and outside the building, as they hear top flight speakers offer insights on the region's economic future.
Al Hoffman, chairman of the Antelope Valley Board of Trade's Business Outlook Committee, said, "The theme is a good match for the 2014 conference. We broke the first boundary by moving the Outlook Conference location to Mojave Air and Spaceport for next year. And that bold move broke physical boundaries that limited our capability to make the conference experience more rewarding for our visitors."
The annual Business Outlook Conference, now in its 42nd year, is the premier event put on by the Antelope Valley's leading organization for advocacy of the region as a site for business development and jobs growth.