IWCE 2015 will include several new opportunities for attendees
By Nadira Ramatally, IWCE marketing manager
As the leading communications technology event in the industry, IWCE is always looking for new ways to evolve and meet the needs of our attendees. With this in mind, IWCE has several new initiatives planned for 2015 that bring added value to your show experience, including:
Co-Location with ETA Education Forum—IWCE will host the 2015 Electronics Technicians Association Annual Education Forum, bringing more training and certification opportunities to IWCE attendees. Each year, more than 10,000 technical professionals receive certifications from ETA’s world-renowned technical-certification program. To learn more, click here.
Town Hall Meetings –IWCE’s new Town Hall Meeting sessions will present what our government and association partners have been up to and their latest initiatives. These sessions are free to attend and will take place in the keynote area. View the schedule.
Job & Education Center –The Job Training and Education Center will be located on the show floor at IWCE. Whether you are a new graduate looking for a job or simply want to expand your skill set in your current situation, IWCE’s partners are available to discuss job training, continuing education and career planning. Be sure to stop by to kick-start your career.
Party in the Park—IWCE’s networking event will be held in the park in the North Plaza of the Las Vegas Convention Center. We’ll have food trucks, drinks and music for you to enjoy some time off the show floor while catching up with your industry peers.
In addition, IWCE’s conference program will be bigger than ever before with over 100 workshops, short courses and training sessions to choose from. We are very excited for this year’s event and hope to see you there.
To register for the show, visit www.iwceexpo.com/register. Be sure to use code NR2 to receive FREE admission to the exhibit hall, a 25% discount on the IWCE conference packages and a 15% discount on the ETA Annual Education Forum Training. Don’t forget, early-bird pricing ends Feb. 4.