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Call for Presentations: EDspaces 2015 Conference & Expo

The Education Market Association is calling upon industry professionals to share their knowledge and business expertise. We’re looking for engaging presentations that inform our attendees about proven practices, push the leading edge of the profession, and motivate the pursuit of excellence. You are invited to submit a session proposal for presentation at EDspaces, October28-30, 2015, New Orleans, LA.

EDspaces is the ONLY international tradeshow and conference that brings together all the key professionals who plan, design and manage innovative learning environments with the dealers, service providers and manufacturers who support them.

EDspaces attendees include buyers from school districts, colleges & universities from across the country; dealers of all types; architects and interior designers.

Products exhibited at the show include, but are not limited to, equipment for classrooms, offices & libraries, seating for auditorium and gyms, recreational supplies, school signage, computer hardware and software, audiovisual equipment, and consulting services.

Non-commercial Nature of EDmarket's Education Program
To maintain the educational integrity of the education program, presenters are advised not to use their session(s) as a platform for promotion of their products and services, or for monetary gain. EDmarket provides a unique forum for professionals to have an open dialogue and a creative exchange of ideas free from commercial content.

Complimentary Registration
Speakers who are selected to present in the Education Conference will be provided with complimentary registration to attend education sessions and the exhibit floor.

Travel and housing will be the responsibility of the speaker.

To submit a proposal, please visit www.ed-spaces.com/callforproposals/.

All submission must be received by March 30, 2015.

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