Improve Your ROI at IFPE 2020

IFPE 2020 logoRegistration is now open for the IFPE 2020 Exhibitor Meeting, taking place August 20-21, 2019 at the Hyatt Regency O’Hare in Rosemont, Illinois. Attendees will help improve their ROI at the show by learning from industry experts about booth budgets and design, digital marketing opportunities, exhibit strategy, lead management, and more. The event will feature 20 education sessions in the expanded breakouts, updates from show management and vendors, networking opportunities, and optional marketing and design workshops on August 19.

To learn more, register, or book your hotel room, visit the Exhibitor Meeting website. Questions can be directed to the Customer Service Team at customerservice@aem.org or 800-867-6060.

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