ActiveLight is Charter Exhibitor at Digital Retailing Expo

ActiveLight, Inc has announced it will be the premier charter exhibitor and sponsor of the first Digital Retailing Expo to be held October 11-12, 2004 at The Moscone Center in San Francisco, Calif.

The Digital Retailing Expo is the first trade show and conference specifically created for the digital retailing market. Projected annual growth rates for digital signage technology deployment ranges from 14 to 47 percent (depending on the application) over the next five years according to a recently released study by Weinstock Media Analysis.

ActiveLight will be showcasing a broad variety of digital dynamic signage solutions at its "Digital Signage Application Pavilion," to provide retailers a closer look at how plasma, LCD and other digital signage products and technologies will impact the way they do business now and in the immediate future.

"ActiveLights charter sponsorship of this inaugural Digital Retailing Expo is an ideal opportunity for us to extend our brand and association of the ActiveLight name with enabling dynamic digital signage," said Brad Gleeson, president of ActiveLight. "Following on the success of our Dynamic Digital Signage Directory and Digital Signage Pavilions at other industry tradeshows, this was the next logical step."

Gleeson has signed on to chair the Conference Advisory Committee, helping deliver high quality, well-targeted information for attendees. He will also become a member of the Exhibitor Advisory Board and will offer the opening keynote address entitled "Demystifying Digital Signage."
"The addition of ActiveLight as a premier exhibitor and sponsor adds tremendous value to this event," says Angelo Varrone, CEO of ExpoNation LLC, producer of Digital Retailing Expo.

The Digital Retailing Expo is aimed at attracting national key retail decision-makers who are acquiring, or considering, digital display technology for their retail environments. Other exhibitors include Clarity Visual Systems, AlivePromo, Inc. and Convergent Media Systems.