Tradeshow Technology Summit (TSTS), the premier showcase for technology used in events and tradeshows, will hold its inaugural Road Show on Feb. 25-28, 2015, at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.
Groundbreaking event and tradeshow technology will be introduced at this event where tradeshow managers and event planners will be able to meet tech innovators face-to-face. The event is limited to 50 corporate event planners and local MICE associations.
In attendance will be planners and tradeshow managers of many Fortune 500 companies who are immersed in interactive technology for event tools including appointment setting, mobile apps, asset management, calculating ROI, and I-beacon technology, perimeter marketing, geo-caching, speaker management, lead retrieval, data base integration, real time management of inventory and leads.Among the speakers and workshops sharing the latest trends in tradeshows and events will be Eric Ly, co-founder of LinkedIn, and Michael Dominguez, senior vice president of MGM and past COB of MPI.
“The best companies need the best tools,” said Ann Windham, CEO, Imagine Xhibits. “We want to put meeting and event planners in the technology driver’s seat by introducing tools that can be used for all aspects of tradeshow and event management.”
In addition, MICE industry CEU credits can be earned, and of course, there will be time to network with peers from all aspects of the meetings and events industry.”
Tools and training for both those just beginning and the more advanced are offered at the conference.
“Event Managers cannot afford not to attend this conference. Event technology is changing so fast, we have to take time out to learn,” said L-3 Director Exhibitions, Events & Protocol Michael Lynn, CMP, CMM, CEM, CME, CPC, CPECP.
Representatives from JCPenneys shared “this is the best hands on training” they have ever received.
Event sponsors include Caesars Entertainment, eventPower, Presdo, Dot Origin and Tiger Oak Media.
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