Digital Signage Expo 2020 Opens Conference Registration

Register for the 2020 Digital Signage Expo through Friday, Nov. 1 and you’ll get 20 percent off a conference package purchase.

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Digital Signage Expo 2020 Opens Conference Registration

Registration has opened for the 2020 Digital Signage Expo, an international trade show and educational conference dedicated to digital display networks and interactive and emerging technologies.

DSE 2020 is scheduled for March 31 through April 3 at the Las Vegas Convention Center with access to the exhibit hall April 1-2. All DSE 2020 educational conference sessions are eligible for Digital Signage Expert Group (DSEG) certification renewal credits.

DSE 2020 will offer more than 100 educational opportunities, including 12 pre- and post-show events, 21 industry-specific peer networking luncheon roundtables and 32 general conference sessions.

The event will also feature 52 free on-floor workshops and a program of study to ensure certification renewal in cooperation with the Digital Signage Experts Group, according to the event announcement.

Inside the Digital Signage Expo Lineup

Here’s some of what’s new for the 2020 edition of the Digital Signage Expo:

  • The return of educational tracks for key verticals
  • Opening keynote
  • Content + Experience (C+X) Theater
  • DOOH Marketplace
  • One-, two-, three- and four-day conference package pricing

Through 11:59 p.m. PT on Friday, Nov. 1, all registrants who use the promo code LAUNCH20 will get 20 percent off the purchase of any conference package. This offer cannot be combined with any other discount or used on a la carte items.

To reserve exhibit space at Digital Signage Expo 2020, contact Exponation president and COO Chris Gibbs at (770) 817-5901 or cgibbs@exponation.net.

The Digital Signage Expo usually attracts about 4,000 attendees annually and features more than 200 exhibitors on the show floor.

In recent years, the show has attracted exhibitors and attendees from Europe, Asia, Mexico and a Latin American pavilion that features Spanish-language courses.

A typical DSE crowd is about 40 percent end users and 35 percent integrators, then marketing people, brand reps and others, according to show director Andrea Varrone.

“Our biggest challenge is getting the right attendees to the show, producing a world-class event to make those attendees happy and attract more exhibitors,” she told CI before DSE 2019.