ESX Nashville

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June 23-26, 2014


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ESX is different from all other security shows, because it’s owned by the industry. The revenue generated by the show will remain within the industry to be used for programming, education, legislative activities and public relations to benefit your company. LEARN MORE



Why ESX?

“It’s an excellent networking and learning event. If you are in the industry and serious about your company, you have to be here.

Steve Paley
President and CEO
Rapid Security Solutions

"Without fail, each year we’ve generated new business and moved ‘working accounts’ forward toward new partnerships. The quality of interactions at ESX makes this the one show to be at each year."

Chuck Speck
Vice President
Bold Technologies

The ESX Concept


ESX is the only major, national trade show focused exclusively on the needs of electronic security integration and monitoring companies. ESX helps electronic security company owners, executive managers and their staff discover best practices, uncover key business and mentoring relationships and learn about the industry’s challenges and opportunities.

ESX is a different kind of tradeshow, featuring exceptional education, stimulating networking events that connect you with industry leaders and a right-sized expo of 200+ exhibitors, all focused exclusively on the needs of integration and monitoring companies.

ESX encourages companies to bring their team:

  • Owners
  • Executive Management
  • Installation & Service Management and Supervisors
  • Project Managers and Lead Technicians
  • Central Station Management & Operators
  • Sales & Marketing Staff
  • Customer Care Specialists
  • IT Staff and System Design Engineers
  • Accounting and Administrative Staff

ESX energizes the team by connecting them with expert education from peers that helps them gather vital business intelligence, understand leading-edge technologies and tap essential market information. ESX focuses particularly on growing and maintaining recurring monthly revenue (RMR) - a core financial asset for security integration and monitoring companies.



Learn from the most successful security integration and monitoring executives.

ESX’s educational programs continue to focus on the best practices the industry has to offer — including insights into new business trends, challenges, and opportunities. With nearly 40 educational sessions, the individual tracks provide a solid foundation to help your team increase their knowledge and skills. Armed with these insights, your team is better prepared to meet the demands of managing and operating security integration and monitoring companies in today’s challenging market.
Education Tracks:
  • Business Development and Management
  • Central Station Operations and Technology
  • Installation and Service Management
  • RMR
  • Sales and Marketing
  • Super Sessions: Commercial Trends, Residential Trends, Vertical Market Trends, Customer Experience  


Be inspired. Create bonds. Make memories.

ESX offers a host of networking opportunities that fit all personalities, from casual parties and social outings to elegant awards ceremonies. This is the place industry friendships are formed and lasting memories are made.


Meaningful conversations. QUALITY time with vendors who care.

With invitations open exclusively to security monitoring and integration companies, information on the expo floor is not diluted or redirected for end users. Here, exhibitors discuss exactly how innovative products and services can be integrated into YOUR business plan.

• Video Surveillance   • Central Station Equipment and Software  
• Access Control • Home and Building Control
• Intrusion Detection • IT Networks, Storage, Back-up and Security
• Fire Detection   • Residential and Commercial Audio/Video
• Security Robotics • Installation Accessories, Test Instruments, Supplies
• Identification Systems • Digital Signage



ESX is owned by the industry’s leading professional associations: The Central Station Alarm Association (CSAA) and the Electronic Security Association (ESA)­—all profits made from the show are reinvested into programs and activities that help grow the industry. 






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