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Digital Signage Expo 2020 Keynote Panel announced

The panel will discuss how the state of the digital signage world today and in the coming era

Digital Signage Expo (DSE), the world’s largest trade show and educational conference for digital display, interactive technology and digital communications networks, will present a keynote panel discussion between industry thought leaders the morning of Wednesday, April 1 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

The discussion, to be led by Richard Ventura, Senior Vice President of Strategy and Solutions Development for NEC Display Solutions of Americas, will feature panelists:

  • Stuart Armstrong, Group President, ComQi
  • Jeff Hastings, CEO, BrightSign
  • Laetitia Lim, CEO, Quividi
  • Bryan Meszaros, CEO & Founder, OpenEye Global
  • Harry Patz, Senior Vice President and GM Display Division, Samsung Electronics America

The panel will discuss how the digital signage world is transforming and evolving with new technologies and opportunities at the beginning of a new decade and how best to measure success in this new era.

Great News! DSE’s Early bird discounts – including FREE Exhibit Hall Passes – have been extended through March 6! Save on all sessions and up to $300 on conference packages. More details can be found here:

Registration for any of the DSE 2020 educational conference sessions, which are eligible for Digital Signage Expert Group (DSEG) certification renewaI sentl credits, is available online at

Mark your calendar now: DSE® 2020 is scheduled for March 31- April 3, 2020, with access to the Exhibit Hall April 1-2 at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas. To reserve exhibit space, contact Chris Gibbs at (770) 817-5901 or For more information, visit


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