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The Digital Signage Event – Sponsorship Opportunities Available

The Digital Signage Event , produced by Systems Contractor News and AVNation, will take a deep-dive into the world of digital signage on March 4. Sponsorship opportunities are available for digital signage manufacturers, distributors, software providers, and the like.

Watch the video below to learn more about sponsoring The Digital Signage Event.


YOUTUBE LINK: https://youtu.be/1H7zvYs-Q3g

“Our virtual events have proven successful for sponsors and attendees alike,” said Adam Goldstein, VP/group publisher of Systems Contractor News. “We provide an interactive platform where attendees and sponsors can create new relationships or strengthen existing ones from the comfort of their desk. In addition, all sponsors will receive detailed insight into booth visitors allowing their teams to have actionable follow up with attendees.”

“With the absence of an in-person show solely dedicated to the digital signage market, we’re excited to fill that void and connect digital signage professionals with manufacturers,” said Tim Albright, founder, AVNation. “It’s a win-win scenario—attendees can check out the latest digital signage equipment while manufacturers can boost their bottom line with new connections.”

Current sponsors include:

Platinum Sponsors

Gold Sponsors

Networking Sponsors

To learn more about The Digital Signage Event sponsorship opportunities, visit thedigitalsignageevent.com/digitalsignage/why-sponsor or email Adam Goldstein at adam.goldstein@futurenet.com.

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