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.
April 16, 2012 - The show floor for the 2012 Electronic Security Expo (ESX) is more than 75 percent sold out, as manufacturers, distributors and service providers increasingly recognize the event as the premier venue for the electronic security industry. This year's event, being held June 25-29, will return to Nashville, TN, where the event was launched in 2008.
As the only security industry tradeshow designed exclusively for integration and monitoring companies, ESX boasts an incredibly focused show floor where business gets done, partnerships are formed and new opportunities are discovered.
"Each year, the show floor at ESX gets better and better, and 75 percent of the show floor is already sold out, signaling that the 2012 event is going to be the best yet," says George De Marco, ESX Chair.
The exhibit space sold to date for the 2012 event has already matched last year’s total event size. More than 150 exhibitors have committed to ESX this year, with many taking larger booth space than in previous years and upgrading from their original commitments.
"Manufacturers, distributors and service providers who haven't committed to ESX 2012 should lock in their participation as soon as possible to enjoy the full benefits of an expo focused on the needs of integration and monitoring companies,” De Marco continues.
Companies looking to invest in the industry and participate in the ESX show floor or expand their presence are encouraged to act quickly, as space is running out. A full list of current exhibitors can be found at www.esxweb.com/elist.
The ESX show floor is host to a number of special activities and events, including the introduction of the brand new NexTech Zone (sponsored by SDM), which focuses on automation, networking and A/V products; the presentation of the Maximum Impact Awards, the only awards that focus on the bottom-line impact that products and services have on integration and monitoring companies; the Mobile Apps Meet Up, a new event on the show floor where exhibitors can demo their unique apps; and the ESX Happy Hour, a new social event featuring live music, food and beverages at the end of the first Expo Day.
Because ESX is owned by the industry's leading associations, the Central Station Alarm Association (CSAA) and the Electronic Security Association (ESA), profits made from the event are put back to work for the industry. An investment in ESX is an investment in the security industry.
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