CorpComm Expo had their inaugural event at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta last week and the event went over very well to the end user audience. The event is the world’s first and only conference and trade show exclusively dedicated to showcasing digital communications technology and education that specifically serves the needs of corporate professionals. Professional end user attendance included C-level and middle management professionals in Corporate Communications Marketing, HR, IT, Administration, Construction & Planning, Business Services and a number of other professionals with oversight for internal digital communications technologies.
CorpComm Expo is produced and presented by Exponation, LLC, the same show management team that has successfully produced Digital Signage Expo (DSE) since 2004 and in fewer than a dozen years has grown that event to be the premiere industry and trade show in its category. With a high potential for future growth, and an attendance that includes the exact audience that attends our site, naturally Corporate TD was excited to attend the event.
Exhibitors at the show included a number of companies showing off corporate communications technologies, as well as a long list of expert-lead sessions intended to educate and inform the corporate attendees in digital signage strategies and corporate communication considerations. After speaking with several of the exhibitors at the event, the overall belief was that the quality of attendees was of great benefit to companies that were showing their products. Many attendees came from the exact customer-base these companies intended products for, which has been a concern at many trade shows with varied attendance bases. On the flip side, attendees were glad to have an exhibitor base targeted specifically to their needs, rather than hunting down companies that fit what they were looking for as they have in the past.
For those unable to attend the show, we’ll keep you updated on announcements about where and when the next event will take place. In the meantime, here are nine technologies that you missed at the inaugural CorpComm Expo.