The Electronic Security Association (ESA) will host a virtual Town Hall event on Nov. 14 at 1 p.m. CT. Registration is now open for ESA members and non-members. 

This year’s Town Hall is said to feature a dynamic lineup of industry experts. Virtual attendees can hear discussions around the controversial debate on remote monitoring, news on efforts from ESA Volunteer Leaders from across the nation, as well as the latest updates on association programs and events. 

The virtual event will also include a comprehensive State of the Industry update, led by ESA Board of Director Michael Barnes. Barnes will guide participants through the pivotal trends of the year, offering a glimpse into what the industry can expect in 2024. 

The Town Hall will wrap up with a conversation with ESA Chairman John Loud and CEO Merlin Guilbeau. This session will not only provide a reflective summary of the year for the association, but also offer a kick start moving into the new year, setting the stage for innovation, collaboration and success in the electronic security industry. 

“ESA’s Town Hall is more than just an event; it’s a cornerstone of our industry’s progress,” Loud stated. “It’s a unique platform that brings together the best minds, fosters engaging discussions, and propels us towards a future defined by innovation and excellence. I encourage all industry professionals to have a seat at the table at this one of a kind virtual event.” 

To register for the Town Hall, go here.