ICIA/InfoComm: Come to Your Senses
May 1, 2002 12:00 PM
Here are some highlights you’ll find at InfoComm 2002.
InfoComm 2002 is June 12-14 and the Institute for ProfessionalDevelopment Runs June 8-14, all at the Sands Expo and Convention Centerin Las Vegas. Register now and get travel information at infocomm02.expoexchange.com.
InfoComm Virtual Trade Show
InfoComm’s new virtual trade show allows attendees to exploreexhibitors and preview product offerings without all the walking.Virtual booths include detailed exhibitor information: brochures, pressreleases, links to the exhibitor’s Web site, contact information andmore. Attendees can use their itinerary planners to select and saveuseful information.
Professional Business Management Program (June 10-11)
This excellent two-day program is cosponsored by Inc andFast Company magazines.
Seminars, Workshops and Manufacturers’ Training
There are more than 200 courses on business, technology andapplications at InfoComm. Search by day, keyword, track or topic.Manufacturers’ training sessions, new this year, are free for allattendees. Get certified or earn renewal units while at InfoComm.
Institute for Professional Development
InfoComm week begins with the renowned IPD education and training.These three- and four-day courses are designed to train technicians,managers, salespeople and other A/V professionals.
Projection Industry Summit Conference (June 10-11)
Offered by market research experts Insight Media and McLaughlinConsulting Group, PISC is a two-day event focusing on key market andtechnology factors that determine growth in high-volume,microdisplay-based projection systems.
T3 — Presentation Technologies, Trends and Tactics Conference(June 12)
Presentation professionals should not miss this one-day, careerdevelopment conference produced by presentation professionals forpresentation professionals.
Tom Peters, legendary author of In Search of Excellence,keynotes the kick-off reception for the show on the evening of June11.
A/V Meets IT
Continuing its focus on the marriage between A/V and IT, InfoComm2002 offers a free half-day workshop for IT professionals plus numerousseminars and an IT Convergence Pavilion on the show floor.
Great for newcomers and repeat visitors, tours will take place eachday of the show at 7:30 a.m. Sign up during registration.
Much more information on the show including the virtual trade show,floor maps and travel information are available for use at infocomm02.expoexchange.com. Exhibitors andattendees will find everything they need to know.
ICIA Announces InfoComm Sponsors
ICIA is pleased to announce its show sponsors at InfoComm 2002.These sponsorships reflect a commitment to supporting InfoComm and theindustry as a whole.
Sony Electronics is sponsoring registration bags this yearwith a new, upgraded design. Sony is also the sponsor of InfoComm’sExpoCard, the lead retrieval device used at the show, and the openingreception to be held Tuesday, June 11 at 6 p.m.
Christie Digital will sponsor the badge holder lanyards aswell as the press room and pressroom bags. The company is also acosponsor of the opening reception.
NEC Technologies is once again the proud sponsor of the fifthannual Educational Communications Foundation Golf Tournament. Shotgunstart is at 7 a.m. Tuesday, June 11 at the Stallion Mountain CountryClub in Las Vegas. NEC is one of the cosponsors of the openingreception as well.
Another opening reception cosponsor is the PLUS VisionCorporation of America.
ICIA is grateful to these industry leaders for their support.