LA Convention Center
March 14 & 15, 2018

Georgia World Congress Center
July 11 & 12, 2018

Houston NRG Center
August 15 & 16, 2018

Palmer EventsCenter
January 9 & 10, 2019

Kay Bailey Hutchison Center
February 5 & 6, 2019

Potential Exhibitors

Wendy Ellin

Seating is limited. Registering online ensures a seat.


Build Expo Educator Wendy Ellin


Wendy Ellin is a Productivity Strategist & Author of the book "Enough Is Enough, Get Control of Your Stuff".  In her presentations, she shares her insights into living a productive and organized life with irreverence, humor, and a level of passion that motivates her audience to TAKE ACTION IMMEDIATELY.  Her approach to training is engaging, interactive, and with a "let's make a difference in your life" attitude.  She talks about real challenges that we all experience on a daily basis such as excessive clutter, email overload, being on time (or not), reasonable expectations for getting things done, over-committing, and much more.

Wendy believes it's not just enough to love what you do, but the magic is in loving the way you do it.  Her 20 plus years in corporate business, sales and entrepreneurship give her a broad perspective on what it takes to work smart, not hard in business and in life. This passion inspired her to develop systems to increase overall productivity and ultimately deliver a renewed sense of peace of mind.  

Regardless of what your challenges are - Wendy uncovers several street-smart techniques that will reveal "Ah-ha" experiences ALL OF US CAN BENEFIT FROM!  And then if that is not enough to wrap your head around, she delves into the reality of changing habits and sticking with them long enough to reap the benefits.  THAT'S when the MOMENTUM kicks in!

Wendy believes that no matter how you are "wired", if you want it badly enough, and you're willing to take the necessary action, she can help you close the gap between where you are and where you want to be in your life. And what that can look like is… total control of your life (regardless of how busy you are), a sense of confidence and pride in what you do, and a little more time to work less, play more, and sleep soundly.  

Wendy and her husband Marty Ellin, an attorney, live in Atlanta with their Golden Doodle, Ruby.  More of Wendy Ellin can be found at