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AAPEX Brings This Year’s Exhibitor Summit To Three US Locations

The Exhibitor Summit will be held June 9 at the New York LaGuardia Airport Marriott; June 10 at the Delphi Innovation Center in Troy, Mich.; and June 11 at the Embassy Suites Dallas, Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport North at Outdoor World.

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LAS VEGAS – AAPEX is taking an all-new approach to the 2015 Exhibitor Summit by holding this year’s event in three U.S. locations instead of Las Vegas, in an effort to make it more convenient for exhibitors to attend, and subsequently, increase their return on investment from AAPEX.

The Exhibitor Summit will be held June 9 at the New York LaGuardia Airport Marriott; June 10 at the Delphi Innovation Center in Troy, Mich.; and June 11 at the Embassy Suites Dallas, Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport North at Outdoor World.

The Summit will introduce exhibitors to the many new features planned for AAPEX 2015. Sessions also will help exhibitors prepare for AAPEX, generate leads before the event and maximize their exposure before, during and after AAPEX. Additional sessions will address how buyers think and approach exhibits, and how to effectively use resources provided by the U.S. Department of Commerce when meeting with international buyers at AAPEX. The daylong Summit will close with an important announcement and discussion pertaining to changes in store for AAPEX 2016.

All Summit sessions are free and both veteran and first-time exhibitors will benefit from the program. For more information and to register, visit the AAPEX Exhibitor Summit.

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AAPEX 2015 dates are Education: Nov. 2-5; Exhibits: Nov. 3-5, at the Sands Expo Center in Las Vegas.

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