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|American Wind Energy Association appoints GES as services provider|
|Written by Exhibit City News|
|Thursday, December 15 2011 09:30|
Global Experience Specialists (GES) a leader in exhibition, event and retail marketing services, has announced that American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) has appointed GES as its official services provider for its show beginning in 2012. The five-year agreement includes WINDPOWER Conference & Exhibition, Offshore WINDPOWER Conference & Exhibition and the Small & Community WINDPOWER Conference & Exhibition.
“AWEA is pleased to partner with GES,” said Stephen Miner, AWEA senior vice president of conference, membership and business development. ”We know they will present our member exhibitors with the best packages available and work to help them save money, thereby producing the best ROI possible. In this current economic climate, we all need to support our exhibitors, and we feel that this partnership with GES will add value to our exhibitors’ experience and will enhance our professional look and style.”
During the term of the agreement, WINDPOWER Conference & Exhibition, AWEA’s signature show will be held in Atlanta in 2012, Chicago in 2013, Las Vegas in 2014, Orlando in 2015 and New Orleans in 2016.
“We look forward to partnering with AWEA to enhance the exhibitor experience and further drive their ROI,” said Steve Moster, GES president. “Our team recognizes the importance of consulting with AWEA’s exhibitors to provide the tools and training necessary to make the most of their exhibiting investment.”
AWEA exhibitors will benefit from Expresso, GES’ exhibit planning, ordering and management tool, which will allow them to effortlessly place orders, track assets and manage budgets. In addition, AWEA will benefit from GES ConnectSM, a fully integrated, web-based collaboration tool that allows show organizers to plan and manage their exhibition needs and from GES Interactive VenueSM to sell sponsorships online, access venue details specific to their show and upload and sell non-signage components.