Looking for a good time in Vegas at IMEX America?
Aside from all of the usual Vegas delights, there will be plenty of fun things to do at the IMEX America show, which runs from October 9-11. Here are a few suggested diversions:
- Check out the latest suite of event technology that is powering and transforming events.
Stop by ACTIVE Network’s booth #2626 to find out about the latest tools including Meeting Locator , Mobile and Conference 7.0 .
- Get your hands dirty cleaning soap!
Yes, you read it right. Find out where socially conscious hotels retire their old soap! On Monday October 8th, take a tour of Clean the World’s Las Vegas Recycling Operations Center, and find out what happens to those leftover little bottles of shampoo and soap bars. Be ready for bus pickup at 1:30 on Level 1, Ground Transportation Entrance (opposite Marco Polo Ballroom), at The Venetian|The Palazzo.
- “Do” celebrate the Fab Four.
On Tuesday Oct. 9th, at the Visit England booth (#814), on what would have been John Lennon’s 72nd birthday, the Liverpool Convention Bureau will celebrate 50 years since the Beatles released their first single “Love me Do”, with a party at various times during the day: 10:00 am, 12:30 pm and 3:30 pm. Stop by and enter the “Ticket to Ride” competition to win an all-expenses-paid familiarization trip to Liverpool.
- Learn key Strategic Meetings Management (SMM) Concepts. On Thursday, October 11th , the last day of IMEX, Linda McNairy, VP of Strategic Partnerships at ACTIVE Network, Business Solutions, will be at PCMA’s booth #3048 at the Sands Expo and Convention Center at The Venetian and The Palazzo, from 11:00-11:30, speaking on:
- “15 SMM Basics in 15 minutes”
- “SMM Metrics: What’s Important. What’s Not.”
- Take a trip to the future!
On October 11th at 10:30 am, in the Press Center in the Veronese room on Level 2 of the Venetian|Palazzo, IMEX will present follow-up findings from the IMEX Group’s “Power of 10″ study, which sheds new light on what the next 10 years might have in store for the global meetings and events industry.
What are your recommendations for this year’s IMEX America?