Last updated: 12:06 AM ET, Thu July 30 2015

Geek Squad Founder to Keynote CruiseOne, Cruise Inc. Conference

Travel Agent | Claudette Covey | July 29, 2015

Geek Squad Founder to Keynote CruiseOne, Cruise Inc. Conference

Geek Squad founder Robert Stephens will serve as the keynote speaker of this year’s CruiseOne and Cruises Inc. national conference aboard Norwegian Cruise Line’s Norwegian Escape in November.

“Technology and travel are two industries that have many similarities because they are constantly growing and evolving,” said Stephens “I am thrilled to illustrate these parallels and use my small business success story as a way to inspire CruiseOne franchisees and Cruises Inc. agents in their entrepreneurial journey.”

Stephens will detail the strategies he employed that eventually led to the Geek Squad becoming one of Best Buy’s greatest assets.

“I had the opportunity to hear Robert Stephens present and he is an insightful presenter who has a knack for connecting with people and influencing them to think outside the box,” said Drew Daly, general manager of network engagement and performance for CruiseOne and Cruises Inc. “With the theme of Connect, this year’s National Conference is the perfect setting for his presentation because our vacation specialists can build upon his message throughout the week as they participate in our specially-designed training program.”

The conference, which is scheduled for the week of Nov. 14, will include 30-plus workshops and seminars. It will also provide attendees with a wide range of networking opportunities with preferred suppliers and executives from CruiseOne and Cruises Inc.’s corporate headquarters. 


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