The International Bottled Water Association (IBWA) and the National Automatic Merchandising Association (NAMA) will again conduct two of their conferences over the same dates and at the same location.
The two organizations have met together annually since 2012. Feedback from conference attendees indicated that the co-locations are successful. In 2014 joint attendance reached 1200 registrants, an increase over 2013. Attendees were able to experience a new level of networking and education through access to 150 exhibiting companies during the trade show and by participating in the 30 educational sessions that were offered.
The IBWA registration fee includes access to all NAMA events.
35+ Education Sessions offering 20 continuing education credits (CEUs) (inclusive of NAMA sessions)
150 Exhibitors at the Trade Show (inclusive of NAMA exhibitors)
Network Meetings between bottlers and IBWA supplier members
IBWA General Session and Annual Business Meeting with Awards Ceremony
IBWA Board of Directors and Committee Meetings
Drinking Water Research Foundation (DWRF) Casino Night Fundraiser at Gilley’s Dallas
Corporate Learning Week 2016 will focus on powerful new tools and capabilities to help you transform your learning organization to align with your organization’s core needs and core values, to strike the balance between best practices and next practices that will engage today’s dynamic workforce.
In the age of digital disruption and new learning expectations, discover new ways to keep pace with the speed of organizational change and competitive needs.
-Reinforcing a culture of innovation
-Clearly aligning with business goals
-Exploring emerging models in leadership development
-Mentoring millennials in the workforce
-Integrating new learning channels
-Proving/improving the impact of L&D
For a full speaker line-up and session details, please download the program: http://bit.ly/2016CLWAGENDA
Contact Info: 1-800-882-8684 | email@example.com
Find Meeting Reviews at Event Xray
Engagement & Experience Expo is a forum to openly discuss customer, brand and channel challenges and solutions. Discover how to optimize the customer experience at all touch-points and increase the impact of engagement throughout the customer lifecycle.
Through a robust slate of best-in-class speakers and interactive discussions, attendees will learn about the latest theories, best practices, relevant case studies, emerging trends and strategies that drive measurable behavioral change and quantifiable results.
Providing experiences that engage customers –and keep them engaged is more important today than ever before. Creating increasingly relevant, personal and customized experiences to build deep, sustainable and reciprocal bonds with customers is what will set brands apart from their competition. By elevating the experience and leading your customers down the path of engagement, you can develop long-term mutually beneficial relationships and brand advocates on the journey to loyalty.
Engagement & Experience Expo 2016 will focus on the following topics:
Customer Experience: Creating tailored and targeted customer experience structures and processes
Customer Engagement: Proven strategies for generating strong long-term customer, brand and channel engagement and advocacy
Customer Data: Identification and collection across mediums and channels for strategic analysis, segmentation and descriptive and predictive results
Customer Intelligence: Building it in a manner that creates advocacy and long-term positive behavioral influence
Emerging Technologies: Cross-over of new and traditional mediums to make the most of your overall customer-centric marketing initiatives
Social Media: Lessons learned, case studies and data-driven insights for today and the future
Mobile: Using it to enhance the customer experience, further build customer engagement and gain customer insight
ROI: Equating engagement strategies to incremental revenue and return on marketing investment
Voice of the Customer: Designing effective strategies for creating robust customer dialogues and gathering and listening to feedback
Loyalty360 is the professional association for loyalty marketers. We are committed to helping our members simplify the journey to customer loyalty. Members get access to our exclusive, market-driven and unbiased coverage of all facets of customer loyalty, including CRM, Customer Experience, Loyalty Programs, Brand Loyalty and Customer Engagement. Our members-only, peer-to-peer community enables members to connect with each other, network, share advice, news and insights. Find share conference experience at Event Xray
Farmstead and artisan dairy processors and others interested in cheese that take this course will gain knowledge of the materials and processes used to make specialty cheese and learn techniques to improve their business.
This 4 day course begins with a focus on the materials used for cheese making. Knowledge of milk composition and milk microbiology combined with good sanitation practices form the foundation for consistent manufacture of high quality cheese.
Cheese making will be discussed with an emphasis on the chemical and microbial changes at each step in the process. Understanding changes that occur in cheese throughout manufacture allows cheesemakers to adjust their make procedure to modify finished cheese properties or in response to variations in milk supply and other factors.
Hands on laboratories include a microbiology testing session and making several varieties of cheese in the pilot plant. The sensory evaluation session integrates principles learned in lectures and labs and illustrates how cheese evaluation can be used to troubleshoot manufacturing problems.
Food safety principles, including HACCP, are presented to enable cheesemakers to comply with current and anticipated regulations. . Find Conference Rating at Event Xray.
The AVS International Symposium and Exhibition has been developed to address cutting-edge issues associated with vacuum science and technology in both the research and manufacturing communities. The Symposium is a week-long forum for science and technology exchange featuring papers from technical divisions and technology groups, and topical conferences on emerging technologies. The equipment exhibition is one of the largest in the world and provides an excellent opportunity to view the latest products and services offered by over 200 participating companies. More than 3,000 scientists and engineers gather from around the world to attend. Short courses are offered in conjunction with the International Symposium providing specialized training in specific areas of vacuum science and related technologies. A Career Workshop and Job Center are also offered to all attendees. The Workshop covers such topics as résumé preparation, job search skills, networking, interviewing skills, and more. The Job Center provides the opportunity for job seekers to submit their résumés and meet with potential employers.
ISTFA is the premier show for the semiconductor failure analysis (FA) community with the largest FA equipment exposition in the industry! No other meeting place brings together so many quality attendees from this variety of specialty trades.
• Analytical Tools (Auger, SIMs, EDX, FTIR, XRF, RGA)
• Test, Stress, and Measurement Tools (Probe Stations and Microprobes, Semiconductor Parameter Analyzers, Oscilloscopes, Curve Tracers, ESD/Latchup Testers, TDR, Engineering Testers)
• Sample Preparation (Mechanical and Chemical Decapsulation, Lapidary Supplies, Sectioning Tools, Plasma Etchers, FIB, Faceting Machines)
• Fault Isolation (Photon Emission Tools, Software Diagnostic Tools, Laser-Based Tools, Waveform Acquisition Tools, Magnetic Current Imaging, FIB) Etchants/Chemicals | ESD Protective Materials Manufacturing Tools for Microanalysis | Sample Preparation | Commercial Services Consulting | Integrated Circuit Testing and Burn-In
About ASM International:
ASM International is the world’s largest association of metals-centric materials engineers and scientists. We are dedicated to informing, educating, and connecting the materials community to solve problems and stimulate innovation around the world. For more information Visit us at: Share Conference Experience
Each November, the Convention brings together more than 4,000 industry leaders for educational, business, and social activities. The meeting always features a full trade show and provides a cost-effective way to meet with policy-level supplier executives. Since the show is a buying show, distributors can take advantage of exhibitor show specials and prize drawings.
Founded in 1976 by 18 industry leaders who sought to create an organization where manufacturers and distributors of construction/industrial products could interface.