Bicycle Leadership Conference - April 14-16, 2015 - Monterey, California

Welcome

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

Just Announced! Opening Keynote Address:
Wednesday, April 15 at 10 a.m.

 

Best Practices Are Stupid: How to Boost Innovation and Grow Your Business

Presented by Stephen Shapiro, Innovation Instigator and Best-Selling Author

Innovation is a key driver to growth and success in our industry. Do you lead a business that facilitates innovation? 

Join best-selling author Stephen Shapiro as he opens this year’s BLC with his address, Best Practices are Stupid. Stephen Shapiro will share with you why the brain is designed to kill innovation, and what you can do about it.  

Don’t miss the opportunity to hear this engaging and challenging keynote address.

 

Join 200+ fellow industry executives at the cycling industry’s must-attend leadership conference. Spend three days learning, connecting, and enjoying Monterey!

 

Why should you attend?

 

• Hear from industry leaders and outside speakers about issues affecting our business and what we can do to address them.

 

• Learn from innovators and visionaries from other industries about their strategies to attract new consumers and grow their markets.

 

• Take advantage of networking opportunities, including morning rides along 17-mile drive and the ever-popular Monterey Bay Aquarium night.

 

The BPSA Welcomes You!

 

The Bicycle Product Suppliers Association (BPSA) provides suppliers of bicycles, parts, accessories and services with valuable tools and resources to succeed in the US market.

Besides owning and determining content for the Bicycle Leadership Conference, the BPSA is your source for:

  • Legal and legislative monitoring and action on behalf of all industry suppliers
  • Statistical data on sell-in and sell-through of bicycles and related products
  • Safety initiatives, including Owner’s Manuals for adult, kids and e-bikes

 

Membership dues are based on annual sales revenues. Please contact Ray Keener, BPSA Executive Director, for more information. ray@bpsa.org, (303) 442-2466