DSE 2019 Opens “Call for Speaker Proposals”


Atlanta – Digital Signage Expo (DSE), the leading conference and trade show for digital display and interactive technology, has opened its call for speaker proposals and is accepting submissions for presentations to be given at its 2019 educational conference, taking place March 26-29, 2019 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The application deadline is September 14, 2018.

DSE’s 2019 educational conference will largely focus on peer-presented case studies that offer an inside look at innovative installations, the work it required from internal approvals to creative application and how management challenges are being met going forward.

Prospective speakers must be an end user or include an end user in their presentation. Submissions may be made for pre-show events, including the Digital Out-of-Home Strategy Summit and Guided Installation Tour, or for conference seminars and on-floor workshops using the form available at DSE2019.com.

Each proposal must make a clear case for its inclusion, including what attendees can expect to learn in the session. DSE is especially interested in securing proposals from end users, network operators, creative agencies and pro AV/IT systems integrators willing to share their real-world digital signage experiences.

Presentation submissions should be geared to advanced topics, reflecting attendee interest in taking their communications networks to the next level and adopting new technologies.

Program space is limited and DSE will be able to select only a certain number of proposals. For more information on presenting at DSE, contact Conference Director Helen Kang at hkang@exponation.net.

To reserve exhibit space, contact Andrea Varrone, (770) 817-5905. Or, for more information, visit www.digitalsignageexpo.net. You can follow DSE on Twitter (@DSExpo), or for all DSE 2019 updates, use #dse2019. For year-round news and information on the digital signage industry, visit www.digitalsignageconnection.com.


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