CEDIA EXPO 40% Registration Discount Ends Today

July 18, 2014
The Custom Electronic Design & Installation Association (CEDIA) has announced that early-bird discounts for CEDIA EXPO 2014 will end at 5 p.m. PDT today, Friday, July 18. Attendees who register prior to the early-bird deadline will save 40%.
 CEDIA EXPO will offer 110 sessions, 48 new classes, 5 certifications, 400+ exhibitors, and 59 product categories.
CEDIA EXPO will offer 110 sessions, 48 new classes, 5 certifications, 400+ exhibitors, and 59 product categories.
In an industry that is ever-changing, CEDIA EXPO provides an opportunity for home technology professionals to take the latest training, hear from industry thought leaders, and walk away with new strategies for their business.

The CEDIA Training line-up includes courses for both the business and technically minded, and CEDIA EXPO attendees who register for their courses before the 5 p.m. PDT deadline on July 18 enjoy 40% off.

“Attendees who take CEDIA Training will learn from the best and brightest in our industry. Some of our panels have recently confirmed participation of senior level thought leaders from Gigaom, DISH, Sony Pictures Entertainment, Dolby, Pioneer Electronics, Comcast, and iControl,” said Dave Pedigo, senior director of learning and emerging trends. “Home technology professionals who register early can reserve their spot in the choice training classes and save money on top of that.”

CEDIA EXPO will be held at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver September 10-13 (show floor open September 11-13).

Register here: www.cedia.net/expo

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