Digital Signage Expo (DSE)

Digital Signage Expo 2012 Shatters Previous Records, Sets New All-Time Attendance Milestone

Digital Signage Expo (DSE), the world’s largest and longest running international conference and tradeshow dedicated exclusively to digital signage, interactive technology and digital out-of-home networks (DOOH), today announced that its ninth show held last week at the Las Vegas Convention Center has officially shattered previous records, set a new attendance milestone and reinforced DSE’s position as the digital signage industry’s preeminent show.

While additional specifics will be forthcoming, show management has just confirmed that new all-time benchmarks established last week include:

  • 4,024 qualified attendees (excluding exhibitors) – a 9 percent increase over 2011
  • Record conference attendance
  • Record international attendance from a total of 69 countries
  • Record exhibit sales: 62,440 net square feet – a 4 percent increase over 2011

Chris Gibbs, president of Exponation, LLC, which produces Digital Signage Expo said, “Not only was the show a success by all quantitative measures, but the quality and number of end-users who attended helped create a positive energy that kept the show floor humming right up to the ‘closing bell’ on Thursday.” He added, “Attendees were working the show floor harder and longer over the two-day event, which confirms the fact that attendees come to DSE to find the information they need.”

Mark your calendar now: Digital Signage Expo 2013, co-located with the Interactive Technology Expo and Digital Content Show, is scheduled for Feb. 26-28, 2013, at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas. To reserve exhibit space contact Jeanne Phillips, (770) 649-0300, Ext 16. Or, for more information, visit www.digitalsignageexpo.net. You can follow DSE on Twitter at DSExpo, or for all DSE 2012 updates, use #dse2012. For year-round news and information on digital signage, visit DSE’s new Digital Signage Connection web portal at www.digitalsignageconnection.com.

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