ESX is different from all other industry conferences and shows because it’s owned by the Central Station Alarm Association (CSAA) and Electronic Security Association (ESA). The revenue generated by the conference will remain within the industry to be used for programming, education, legislative activities and public relations to benefit your company.
Week-long events in Charlotte connect, educate and inspire security integration and monitoring companies
June 15, 2011 - Owned by the Central Station Alarm Association (CSAA) and the Electronic Security Association (ESA), the Electronic Security Expo (ESX) delivered a week of highly informative education sessions, networking opportunities and special events during its 2011 event last week in Charlotte, NC.
Passion for the security industry was intoxicating at ESX 2011, as exciting new products and services were launched on the expo floor, best practice models were revealed in seminars and new relationships were formed at networking events.
Attendance comprised exclusively of security integration and monitoring companies was just over 2,200 (a 16% increase vs. 2010). Exhibitors reported satisfaction with the quality of booth visitors, with nearly half rating the audience quality as very good or excellent. The growth in quantity and quality of attendees resulted in a 38 percent increase in ESX exhibit space booking for the 2012 event in Nashville.
"ESX provided attendees and vendors exactly what they were hoping for: networking opportunities, a lively show floor and exciting events," says Ed Bonifas, president, CSAA. "The experience in Charlotte was amazing and we're looking forward to heading back to Nashville in 2012."
"It was a great week in Charlotte, filled with excellent speakers, an amazing education program and fun activities," says Dom D'Ascoli, president, ESA. "ESX cemented itself as the most important event for security integration and monitoring companies and the vendors who work with them."
During ESX, attendees were treated to a number of special events, including:
ESX hosted more than 50 sessions during its Conference and Education program, a number of Exhibitor Offered Trainings, and important industry content on the new ESXperience Stage.
For complete coverage of ESX 2011, including information on accessing the presentations from the event, visit www.esxweb.com.