Medtrade Spring Early Registration Rates End Jan 31
Event reports better-than-expected sales as it also distributes a call for papers for fall edition.
- By David Kopf
- Jan 18, 2018
The opportunity to take advantage of discount earlyregistration rates for Medtrade Spring ends on Jan 31.
To register for the event, which runs March 27-29 at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas., visit bit.ly/mts18reg.
The early registration discounts on the show are substantial. For a full list of the various prices, visit www.medtrade.com/spring/attendee/pricing.
“Early rates will be gone before you know it,” said Sarah Varner, marketing director for Medtrade. “… An expo pass gets you in front of hundreds of exhibitors and products, and a conference pass includes that plus access to education and experts.”
Where exhibitors are concerned, the show is reporting better than average booth sales.
“Medtrade Spring has been selling incredibly well since we got back from Medtrade 2017 in Atlanta, and I did not expect for this floor plan to be filled so early,” said York Schwab, account executive for the Spring show. “Fortunately, we can expand the floor and add more space.”
Schwab noted that advantageous booth positions are still available in the budgeted area, as well as spots in possible expansion zones. Also, exhibitors still have time to take advantage of discounts on the services they might need for the show, according to Kevin Gaffney, Medtrade’s group show director.
Medtrade Fall Call for Papers
Also, while providers and exhibitors alike prepare for the fast-approaching Medtrade Spring, the show’s parent company, Emerald Expositions, also called on industry speakers to submit their presentation proposals for the fall event, which runs Oct 15-17 at Atlanta’s Georgia World Congress Center.
Speakers have until April 6 to submit a proposal. For more information, visit the Speaker Resource Center, or email Toni Ward, the conference manager, at Antoinette.email@example.com.
David Kopf is the Executive Editor of HME Business and DME Pharmacy magazine. Follow him on Twitter at @postacutenews.