Electronic Security Expo (ESX) announced the full educational lineup for the upcoming conference being held at the Kentucky International Convention Center in Louisville, June 5-8.
In addition to its main stage presentations, networking opportunities and interactive expo floor, ESX 2023 will offer more than 30 educational sessions spanning four tracks and two additional focus areas designed for security professionals.
The sessions cover tactical advice in Sales, Operations, Management, Monitoring, and Executive Leadership to help businesses grow and stay competitive. Special emphasis is paid to building RMR or recurring revenue and a special three-part series will delve deep into the business of fire alarms.
Bonus best-practice sharing sessions and sessions in ESX’s exclusive Executive Leadership Track to be announced soon, according to the announcement.
“The industry continues to be faced with a changing competitive landscape that is relentless and unforgiving,” said George DeMarco, ESX Chairman “Albert Einstein once said, ‘Life is like riding a bicycle, to keep your balance, you must keep moving.’ In the same vein: Business is like riding a bicycle, to keep your competitive edge, you must keep moving forward. ESX educational sessions can help with that, teaching security professionals how to stay balanced, keep their competitive edge and keep moving forward.”
DeMarco went on to say, “The educational sessions will cover a variety of topics such as developing sales consultants and leaders, finding technical staff, understanding next-gen residential and commercial applications and services, and tips on building your recurring revenue. ESX is focused on taking you and your team to the next level, on a smooth, successful ride to the top.”
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All educational sessions for ESX are curated and taught by the industry’s top electronic security and life safety technology pros, who are passionate about sharing their experience and helping security businesses grow and succeed, according to the announcement.
ESX is owned and presented by the Electronic Security Association (ESA). For more information and to register, go here.