Four Exceptional Days for the Dr. Google in All of Us
By Bonnie Watts, CEM
As parking professionals in a fast-paced world, you have no doubt experienced a problem or encountered a process at your organization that you would like to improve. What do you do about it? Most likely you take your question straight to your favorite search engine or a trusted colleague. That’s all well and good, but can take several rounds of trial-and-error to resolve — and that’s if the technology is still relevant by then.
You’re practically guaranteed to find the solution you need — and a comprehensive explanation for why you need it — at the 2016 IPI Conference & Expo, May 17-20, Nashville, Tenn. More than 250 exhibitors representing all facets of parking products and services convene to show off the latest and greatest in the industry. Many even wait until the IPI Expo to unveil their cutting-edge solutions.
With more than 12 hours dedicated to the show floor, there’s ample time to browse the 170,000-square-foot exhibit hall and talk with industry experts. Ask questions, take part in demonstrations, and try a product or service firsthand. Meet the suppliers, manufacturers, consultants, and innovators who are leading the way as you tap into the latest parking tools, trends, and technologies.
Looking for a niche product? Find the design, lighting, signage, payment, reporting, special events, safety, and security solutions you need — plus much more. Interested in going green? IPI spotlights sustainable products and services with special floor markers in front of those providers.
Connect with the industry trailblazers who take part in IPI’s Park Tank℠ competition. Modeled after the popular reality TV show, “Shark Tank,” the program gives entrepreneurs a platform to float their never-before-seen products and services before a panel of expert judges. You’ll get a front-row seat to this year’s Park Tank in one of three compelling General Sessions, included in select conference registration packages.
So get off the computer and take four days to get practical solutions you can bring back to the office, as well as all the training, networking, and special events that the 2016 IPI Conference & Expo has to offer. Register today!
Bonnie Watts, CEM, is IPI’s vice president of sales.