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RSVP: Enhancing The InfoComm 06 Experience

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Every year after InfoComm, InfoComm International hosts a group of industry leaders at the Annual Fall Leadership Forum. The steering committees of all the associations councils and committees gather in Northern Virginia to share ideas and information and determine the direction of future projects.

The Rental and Staging Council discussed upcoming educational possibilities, as well as how to lend assistance to the associations market research initiatives. One topic that was of great interest was how to enhance the experience of rental and staging professionals at InfoComm 06, to be held June 3-9 in Orlando, Florida. Discussion revolved around ways to bring new staging exhibitors and demonstrations to the exhibition as well as specific courses that would help professionals advance their skills and careers.
InfoComm International members can access a full summary of this and other council meetings at www.infocomm.org. If any of these projects and initiatives sound interesting to you, please contact membership@infocomm.org to find out how to participate.

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