What you need to know to register and make 2019's ICUEE your best Demo Expo ever
Here’s your 4-step checklist
Registration is officially open for 2019 ICUEE-The Demo Expo, set for October 1–3 at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, KY.
New registration options make it easier than ever to attend and take advantage of ICUEE's exhibits of the latest utility and construction product innovations. Attendees will also find new education opportunities and the show's signature equipment test drives and product demos.
"And don't forget the networking: ICUEE attracts tens of thousands of industry professionals from around the world, giving you and your team an unparalleled opportunity to discuss industry developments, business solutions and possibilities for growth," said John Rozum, ICUEE show director.
Take these 4 steps to get started on your best ICUEE ever.
- Register early for best rate and avoid the lines on site. A new "deluxe" badge option includes access to select show education in addition to show admission. Register now through August 23 for best savings on both general and deluxe badges.
- Book your hotel and travel now for best selection. Visit the show website for a variety of housing options, and check out the airline discounts being offered to ICUEE 2019 visitors. ICUEE offers complimentary hotel shuttle service between the show site and select official ICUEE 2019 hotels.
- Sign up for show education to guarantee your spot. Education sessions include expanded Field Classrooms on the show floor and a new Disaster Simulation Lab focused on crisis-responses and led by Desi Matel-Anderson, the first and former FEMA chief innovation advisor. New Eat and Learn breakfast and lunch workshops will cover industry hot topics.
- Make a plan – Use the show's online planner and mobile app to check out who and what you want to see onsite. Pre-show, check out the show's online searchable Exhibitor Directory and use the My Show Planner feature for exhibitor meetings, demos, education sessions and networking events.
Be on the lookout this summer for the show's mobile app, which will sync to your show planner and include show maps and real-time show notifications.
Plenty of show shuttles and information stands and staff will help attendees easily navigate the show. Watch for the new outdoor Food Court Patio in addition to the traditional indoor and outdoor food/beverage options.
Networking events include return of the popular Bourbon, Beer & Bites reception at close of show Thursday, and a special concert downtown atWednesday evening for all ICUEE attendees.
ICUEE 2019 is on track to be the largest ever. Attendees can explore 28-plus acres of indoor and outdoor exhibits of the latest innovations in utility and construction equipment, products, tools and services.
Specialized exhibit pavilions will feature fleet management and safety, plus a new Emerging Technologies Pavilion. The Emerging Technologies Pavilion responds to attendee and exhibitor requests to bring together state-of-the-art products and services that provide business-solution services, management tools, software and related products and services.
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