#dse2011 – Offering Something For Everyone
Gail Chiasson, North American Editor
Registration at Digital Signage Expo, taking place in Las Vegas, Feb. 22-25, is pacing in double digits ahead of last year at this time, so a more than modest increase in attendance is expected.
With very robust program choices, there should literally be something for everyone, what with 55 Conference Seminars, an entire Lunch & Learn Program comprised of more than three dozen offerings, and a total of 16 free On-Floor Workshops, attendees.
And for those who might benefit from same, they can submit their attendance at DSE’s Educational Conference as eligible for credit toward professional re-certification.
Whether your interest is content, menu board management, power problems, cost ramifications, 3D or numerous other topics, there’s likely to be a workshop on the topic.
Seminars deal with such subjects as Return on Investment, Achieving Ad Revenue Goals, Creating Partnerships for Profit and much more.
And whether your interest is digital signage in museums, government, educational facilities, retail, healthcare – even houses of worship – there’s bound to be a Lunch and Learn topic in your field.
Of course, there’s also the Awards Dinner Feb. 23 where you can mingle with your peers and see who won and why.
And, naturally, you’ll want to tour the exhibit floor and see what’s new – and what your competitors are offering, too.
If you’ve been waffling about whether to attend, take a few minutes to explore www.digitalsignageexpo.net. We expect you’ll want to register.