LDI joins the Questex stable
Tuesday, 7 January 2020
ldiLDI2020 will take place at the Las Vegas Convention Centre, 19-25 October 2020
USA - The Live Design International Conference and Tradeshow (LDI) has joined Questex, a global business information company.
Questex states its goal is to create a “world-class information services business by advancing companies who help people live longer, healthier and better lives through the experience economy.”
“This exciting development allows us to provide our audience and exhibitors with even better experiences, professional training, and engagement as Questex is strategically focused on the experience economy,” comments LDI show director, Jessi Cybulski. “LDI remains dedicated to serving and growing the live design community. We don’t anticipate any of our live design/LDI community will experience any changes, except good ones, as we move forward. Expect more information on this soon.”
Paul Miller, CEO, Questex, adds: “The experience economy is here. Companies driven by ‘experiences’ have a competitive advantage with business growth. In fact, they grow four times faster than companies that don’t embrace the experience economy. Research shows that 74 percent of consumers prioritize experiences over products or things. The customer experience has taken over from price and product features as the key brand differentiator because individuals want to participate in meaningful work completed on their own timetables. As businesses compete for the attention of customers, experiences become a unique selling point.”
Kelly Turner, director of sales at LDI, comments: “Our focus is now on LDI 2020 as we continue to grow and work to provide a conference and tradeshow that focuses on the elevation and success of the Live Experience Production industry.
"LDI remains true to its core audience of designers, technicians, programmers, consultants, and end users of entertainment technology for all types of live events. The exhibit floor will comprise the leading manufacturers you know and love, as well as emerging ones, as the show expands into new areas. In addition, the intensive, week-long conference program will remain the industry's most comprehensive source for professional training."
(Jim Evans)

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