The E4 Experience Will Be Back in Washington DC Next Month!

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For the first time in over 4-years, Almo Pro A/V — now Exertis Almo — will bring the E4 Experience to DC — this time in Reston, Virginia, too. The E4 Experience is not like any other regional trade show. It’s a 10-time award-winning regional event that includes 10+ AVIXA-approved classes — including a keynote by rAVe’s own Gary Kayye — and an event that will feature more than a dozen new products that have not been seen anywhere, other than at InfoComm 2022 this summer. So, if you attend, you won’t see the same-old thing as any other regional tech show, but you’ll get to experience a tech super-show.

Need CTS RU’s? Come.
Need to understand how to sell to Millennial and Get-Z Buyers? Come.
Want to understand the Future of AV in 2023? Come.
Want to understand how to build experiences rather than systems? Come.

The day will start with a free breakfast (not just muffins) and a keynote titled, “THE FUTURE OF WORK SPACES IS ALL ABOUT EXPERIENCES,” by Gary Kayye. It’s with one CTS credit (I and D too), and it’s the highest-rated Kayye Keynote, ever. That’ll be followed by a plethora of education delivered by Chuck Espinoza, Alesia Hendley, Tom Kehr and more — the complete educational agenda is here:

But, the show floor is unique and filled with new products and new tech. In addition to seeing the world’s largest LCD panel, LEDs specifically for building XR virtual sets, and AV-over-IP tech demos from a handful of exhibitors, Kayye will lead an exclusive live tour of the show floor using the Listen Technologies ListenTALK system — so you can interact with Gary during the tour — more information on that coming soon.

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Then, a free lunch surrounded by 60+ AV, UCC and Digital Signage manufacturers including Samsung, Sony, Epson, AVer, Bose, AMX, Nureva and Jabra. Here’s a list of all the exhibitors:

This is a unique experience you will not soon forget and, to get anything close to this, you’d have to fly to Orlando next June and attend InfoComm. So, why not register today?

All the details are here: