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Registration Now Open for ISA International Sign Expo 2023

Tradeshow to be held April 12-14 at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas.

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The International Sign Association (ISA; Alexandria, VA) has announced that registration is open for the ISA International Sign Expo 2023, April 12-14 at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Convention Center in Las Vegas. A series of pre-conference workshops is scheduled for April 11, according to a news release from ISA.

The event will feature “a vibrant tradeshow floor where attendees can explore the latest products and innovations in the industry,” reads a portion of the release. The tradeshow floor will include a New Exhibitor Pavilion, highlighting new products and more.

In addition to industry-specific education courses and a Learning Zone on the tradeshow floor, three pre-conference workshops are designed to dive deeper into key areas of growth: a day-long business boot camp for wrap professionals; a half-day conference on digital signage, focused on planning and permitting; and a full-day workshop of demonstrations, materials and techniques designed to help businesses grow. All pre-conference workshops are on Tuesday, April 11.

Two popular experiential areas on the show floor – the Wrap Experience and the Fabrication Zone – “are back and bigger than ever,” per ISA. “The Wrap Experience is significantly larger than in years past, offering more opportunities to explore this exploding area of the industry. The Fabrication Zone honors the men and women who craft signs in a friendly competition and learning environment,” the release says.

ISA Rocks: The Industry Party, Women Leading the Industry, the Young Professionals Meet-Up and ISA Install will also be part of the expo’s events.

For more information or to register, visit signexpo.org.

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