Over 800 Attendees Win Big at Marco's Technology Tradeshow
A jackpot theme, casino games, technology experts, professional speakers, breakout sessions, networking time, exhibitors, a private concert and tons of prizes…where could you find all these winnings? Only at Marco’s Tradeshow: Hitting the Technology Jackpot held at Mystic Lake Event Center.
On September 13, over 800 attendees had the chance to connect with industry leaders, listen to expert speakers, visit 43 exhibitor booths and rock out at a private REO Speedwagon concert. Exhibitors included our vendor partners Konica Minolta, Mitel, M-Files, Sharp, HPE, Cisco and more.
Marco gave away over $9,000 in prizes, including a trip to Las Vegas! Talk about feeling lucky! The day capped off with a bonus private concert by rock legend REO Speedwagon. Attendees went all in at the Technology Tradeshow, and everyone was a winner!
To show our appreciation and continued commitment to offering you quality resources and services, we have an exclusive offer for 2018 Technology Tradeshow attendees. Schedule an appointment with a Marco Specialist by October 31, 2018 and receive $500 off a technology assessment.
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VP of Peer Groups, ConnectWise
Our keynote speaker, Arlin Sorensen of ConnectWise, shared advice about planning ahead. Take risks and gamble when needed, but first look at the changes in the technology industry. Sorensen spoke about the importance of strategy, growth, planning and, most importantly, the legacy that each of us will leave through our businesses and our lives.
CONSULTANT AND TRAINER - STELZL VISIONARY LEARNING CONCEPTS
In his informative session, information security expert David Stelzl described seven major technology trends he sees occurring in 2018 and into 2019. Stelzl spoke about the importance of BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) and thinking of the policies, procedures in place to adapt to employees’ different operating systems. Standards should be implemented with permissions and implications of data monitoring. Usage with personal versus work can become troublesome too. Stelzl walked the audience through BYOD factors and other topics during his presentation.