DSE’s 2014 Early Registration Extended & More: This Week on Tradeshow Headlines Weekly
by Olivia Rose on January 20, 2014
Trade show Headlines Weekly is a weekly series that highlights valuable trade show and expo content from around the web.
In this issue of Trade show Headlines Weekly:
- DSE extends it’s early registration discounts through 1/24
- Sunday market at CMC reports good business
- Trade show survival apps from PPAI Publications
- Mobile World Congress 2014 to become world’s largest certified carbon neutral trade show
This is a significant value if you plan on attending the Digital Signage Expo in February. From digital out-of-home networks to interactive technology and digital signage, this is the single largest International Trade show and Educational Conference dedicated to this industry.
A “Gold Passport” to this event is normally priced at $1,150, is now being offered at $865. Want more info? Read this article to find out.
CMC once again shifts it’s date pattern accommodate buyers who prefer to shop over the weekends by opening it’s LA Fashion Market on January 12-14, 2014. This 13-floor Market featured hundreds of showrooms donning their pre-Fall 2014 collections.
This year, CMC saw significantly more new accounts than 2013, with more buyers serious and ready to buy than they had seen in yeas prior. Read this article to learn more about who presented at CMC, and how well they did.
This article reviews four (+one debuting soon) apps proved to be valuable to both presenters and attendees at PPAI this year, and should be on-hand for the next event you’re planning for. Organize leads, add new contacts to your Constant Contact account without a WiFi connection, map your plan of attack for any given tradeshow, organize your tradeshow to-do list, and more.
The Mobile World Congress will be held on February 24-27th in Barcelona, Spain. For several years now, the GSMA has had a variety of climate initiatives underway at MWC heavily focused on reducing waste in printed materials, encouraging re-use and recycling of materials at the event and more. This year will be the trades how’s first year with an official certification for having a zero carbon footprint, which will be awarded once the show is complete. This is by no means a small feat, but a big step for the trade show industry as a whole. Read this article to find out how The Mobile World Congress does it.
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