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Strand Marketing, an award-winning business-to-business marketing and advertising agency, has announced that David Strand, CEO and brand director of Strand, will be a guest speaker at The Exhibit Source’s “Source Conference” on technology trends in trade show marketing on Thursday, September 13, 2012 at 2:00 PM. The event will be held in the newly remodeled Exhibit Source Showroom, 145 Wells Avenue, Newton MA.
The conference is free and open to the public. The day will include an introduction to the latest products that are designed to improve prospect engagement and experience. The focus will be on products and ideas that are easy to implement and are affordable. Items such as interactive media kiosks, video walls, flight trackers, charging stations, touch screen tables, digital document libraries, and more will be reviewed and on display.
As one of three guest speakers, David will be sharing recent success stories in which Strand integrated Facebook, Twitter, smart phones, e-mail marketing and next generation badge reader technology in two viral ideas that had people buzzing at high tech trade shows in Baltimore, MD and Montreal, Canada.
Attendees of the conference will take away some great product and creative ideas to make their next trade show a success and will have a chance to mix and mingle with trade show technology trend setters from the area. Designed to be both an informative and interactive experience, the day will include contests and prizes, cocktails and hors d’oeuvres, and presentations from some of the area’s most respected minds.
To register for the event, visit: http://theexhibitsource.com/registration-TES-conference.htm
To see a portfolio of Strand’s creative work in the high tech industry, visit: www.strandmarketing.com
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