The Digital Signage Show Brings Back ‘Cooking Up Content’ for Las Vegas Expo

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JD Events, organizers of KioskCom and The Digital Signage Show, announced yesterday that it will bring back the “Cooking Up Content” two-day session for their annual spring expo in Las Vegas.

All attendees are welcome to this demonstration, as three leading content creation strategists demonstrate their process in strategic planning, content creation/development and content deployment for improving customer engagement though DOOH networks and other digital media.

According to JD Events: “The fishbowl environment provides attendees the opportunity to ‘look over the shoulder’ of some of the best digital media content producers – and see content best practices in process.”

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