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Digital Signage Summit Europe
At this year’s Digital Signage Summit (DSS) Europe, more than 40 experts will explore the most compelling business strategies in the international Digital Signage and Digital out of Home industry. DSS Europe focuses on a conference theme of ‘Digital Storytelling - Changing the Narrative with Digital Signage.’ The two-day event will explore how digital storytelling and digital touchpoints are adding value through improving customer engagement and bridging the online and offline worlds.
DSS Europe takes place on 4-5 July, 2018 at the Sheraton Hotel, Frankfurt Airport, Germany. This will be the first time DSS Europe will be staged in a city other than in its long-term Munich base. The event is a joint venture between Integrated Systems Events, producers of the Integrated Systems Europe exhibition, and Invidis Consulting, a German digital signage consultancy.
Florian Rotberg, Managing Director, Invidis Consulting, comments: “We will have two days of panels, presentations, awards and numerous networking opportunities. DSS Europe will be a place to learn, do business and to have some fun.” Mike Blackman, Managing Director, Integrated Systems Events, adds: “Each year DSS Europe offers a showcase of the latest technologies and solutions from both established market leaders and exciting start-ups.”
Confirmed Keynote Speakers as part of the conference programme include Raphael Gielgen (Trendscout, Vitra), Richard Offermann (Managing Director Client Sales, Ströer), Thomas Koch (Managing Partner, TKD Media), Michael Schneider (Senior Experience Designer, AV Technical Strategist, ESI Design), Florian Rotberg (Managing Director, Invidis Consulting), and Stefan Schieker (Managing Director, ResultMC).
Additionally, there will be the addition of new ‘hands-on’ workshops which will cover a range of topics including ‘Delivering Experiences’, ‘Digital Signage and ROI’, ‘Scent, Sound and Lighting’, ‘Artificial Intelligence’, and ‘Visitor Demographics’.
For DSS Europe 2018, over 500 delegates are expected to attend. Typically, these consist of: integrators, hardware and software manufacturers, end customers, agencies, network operators and marketers. Due to the expanded content reach of this year’s event, DSS Europe will also be targeting architects, shop fitters and retail experts.
Running parallel to the conference, an exhibition takes place on both days with more than 30 Digital Signage companies showcasing their technologies and solutions. In addition to Samsung, NEC and LG, there will a number of specialist solutions providers present. These include: Dynascan, which offers light-intense high brightness displays; Iiyama, which specialises in touchscreens; and imaging expert Epson. Plus, attendees can experience first time exhibitors such as media furniture provider VCM Morgenthaler. Sharp, Navori, BenQ, Hagor, Peerless-AV, Lindy, Concept, Stino and Matrox are also confirmed exhibitors for DSS Europe.
On both days, there will be an extensive networking lunch as well as a break in the afternoon. On 4 July, the day closes with an evening event to which all conference visitors are invited. In addition to the presentation of the ‘Invidis Digital Signage Awards’ and launch of the ‘Invidis Digital Signage Year Book’, visitors will be able to enjoy catering. The evening event will take place in the Sheraton Hotel.
The conference app Whova will be available for use before, during and after DSS Europe. All registered DSS Europe visitors and exhibitors will be automatically added to the Whova app. The app will provide various tools, including: Conference Programme; Build Your Own Agenda; Exhibition Area Floorplan; Event Bulletin Board; Communication with Attendees and Exhibitors.
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