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#CETW If You Are Planning To Attend

Customer Engagement Technology World [1] wasn’t in this year’s plans for DailyDOOH this year anyway so we won’t be there, but if you are attending, we’ll certainly be interested in your views with regard your travel around New York and how you view #CETW compared to previous years.

When we look at TV photos of neighbourhoods of total devastation – eg. part of Queens has been totally obliterated – we wonder how people are coping, let alone thinking of business events. Yet as New York’s business and economy gets rolling again, it will probably leave the people and organizations that help, freer to assist the individuals and neighbourhoods that desperately need it, not only in N.Y. but also New Jersey, Connecticut and neighbouring states.

There seems to be a lot of cynicism about comments that NY City is getting back to normal. Nevertheless, for those planning to exhibit and/or attend CETW Nov. 7-8 at Javits Center, we pass along, without comment, CETW general manager Lawrence Dvorchik’s update, sent us on Saturday Nov. 3:

“We are looking forward to a great show,” says Dvorchik. “Attendees continue to register, and NYC continues to recover at rapid, remarkable speed.”

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#1 Comment By Lawrence Dvorchik On 5 November 2012 @ 14:02 @626


All of the information you posted above comes directly from either the MTA (@MTAInsider), Mayor Bloomberg (NYC), or Governors Cuomo (NY), Malloy (CT) or Christie (NJ). I am just retweeting it from them to share with others.

We at CETW proudly support the efforts of NYC, and are pleased to bring our business to support NY. We hope all attendees and businesses do the same, and show NYC that we support their recovery and rebuilding efforts.

#2 Comment By Lou Giacalone, Jr. On 6 November 2012 @ 04:29 @228

Things are indeed running sorta smoothly as of now in NYC. There isn’t any subway to Javits regardless, so the only challenge may be the somewhat reduced taxis fleet as a result of the gasoline shortages. The main midtown area where most folks’ hotels are didn’t get hit too bad and most up there didn’t lose power. So logistically I wouldn’t expect any much worse than the usual Javits inconvenience… –Lou