After three days of insights and networking at Excell 2023, you should head home feeling motivated, inspired, challenged and ready to make an impact.

But the Excell experience is about so much more than the presentations on the mainstage or the informative breakout sessions. It’s also about the sensory experience – the sights and sounds you’ll encounter both at the conference and around Nashville.

Here’s what you can expect September 12-14 at the Music City Center.

Mastery on the Mainstage

Our keynote speaker lineup is packed with some of the biggest names inside and outside the financial services industry, including several members of the Carson team. You’ll be inspired, informed and impacted by everyone who takes the mainstage.

The Scratch of a Pen

At Excell, the keynote speakers won’t be the only ones taking the stage. Our breakout sessions will offer plenty of takeaways worth jotting down, covering topics like succession planning, marketing, the economy and more.

The Buzz of the Crowd

Whether you’re in a breakout, exploring the Music City Center in between sessions or networking with other advisors, you’ll hear your fellow conference-goers sharing laughs, swapping stories and building lasting relationships. Take a second to soak in those sounds of Excell – then join in on the buzz!

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The Southern Sound

Nashville is called the Music City for a reason, and you’ll find plenty of country music history all throughout downtown. Spend your downtime at Ryman Auditorium – the original home of the Grand Ole Opry – the Country Music Hall of Fame, the Johnny Cash Museum, the National Museum of African American Music and many more music-themed landmarks.

The Honky Tonk Highway

If you’d rather listen to music than learn about it, the Honky Tonk Highway in downtown Nashville keeps the party going with live music and drinks until 3 a.m. each night. And if you’re lucky, you may even see the next big country star on stage – big names like Willie Nelson and Dierks Bentley got their start on the Highway.

The Batman Building

The tallest building in the downtown Nashville skyline is the 617-foot-high AT&T Building – known locally as the Batman Building for the two pronounced towers on each side of it that resemble bat ears.

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The Expo Hall

With countless booths to visit, the Excell Expo Hall is the perfect place to score some swag, see a tech demo or discover a new solution to one of your firm’s hurdles.

Experience the Excell Difference

See – and hear – for yourself what makes Excell so special. Register yourself and your team today so you can be a part of the experience.

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