Digital Signage Expo Names 2013 Advisory Board
By AV Network Staff On January 24, 2013
Digital Signage Expo has named its Advisory Board for 2013.
More than fifty professionals representing Advertising Agencies, Banking/Financial, Education, Entertainment/Public Spaces, Government, Health Care, Hospitality, Restaurant & Food Service, Retail, Stadiums & Arenas, Transportation, Industry Consultants, Digital Place-Based Network & Digital Out-of-Home Networks, and Content and Creative sectors comprise DSE’s 2013 Board, including:
Bass Pro Shops
Calgary Telus Convention Center
Columbus Regional Airport Authority
Dairy Queen International
Disney Swan & Dolphin Hotels
MGM Resorts International
Newark Beth Israel Medical Center
NY Metropolitan Transportation Authority
Outdoor Media Group
Platt Retail Institute
Servus Credit Union
The BUNN Company
The Integer Group
The John Marshall Law School
The PreSet Group
University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
Vancouver Convention Centre
All DSE Board members and their organizations are actively doing business in or have invested in digital signage and interactive technologies, represent a variety of professional expertise, and generously share their knowledge by answering a “Question of the Month,” a resource important to those seeking specific industry perspectives on technical or business challenges related to the DS field.
Additionally, many board members volunteer their time and contribute ideas to the creation of DSE’s annual professional and web-based education programs. Both a listing of the full 2013 Advisory Board and answers to the monthly questions can be found at www.digitalsignageconnection.com.
Richard Lebovitz, educational director for Exponation, LLC, which produces DSE, said, “We are privileged to present a Board that is comprised of so many highly talented people, all of whom have generously committed to lend their voices to an industry-wide educational effort designed to help raise the level of professionalism and positively impact commerce for everyone who does business with the DS sector.”