Worship Facilities Conference & Expo (WFX) has announced its partnership with the digital signage Association (DSA) for WFX Charlotte, scheduled to take place October 27-30, 2009, at the Charlotte Convention Center in Charlotte, N.C.
WFX said it recognizes digital signage as one of the most in-demand emerging trends in the house of worship market. digital signage allows church teams to accomplish several goals such as communication, creating an engaging experience, attracting new members and replacing costly printed signs and bulletins.
“Our goal is to provide the most forward-thinking information, tools, and technologies to our attendees,” said Jim Wagner, general manager of EH Events. “By partnering with the digital signage Association, we are connecting them with some of the most innovative companies in the industry whose products will advance ministry outreach and strengthen their house of worship experience.”
The DSA was founded to accelerate the growth and advance the excellence of digital signage deployments worldwide. There are currently over 380 members, including nearly 150 vendor companies.
“Worship facilities are increasingly using digital signage to communicate to their members so it’s logical that DSA and WFX are working together,” said David Drain, executive director of the digital signage Association. “We’re excited to help WFX educate its attendees on how to use digital signage effectively.”
Now in its fifth year, WFX is hosted by Church Production and Worship Facilities Magazines and EH Events. The event brings together over 3,500 church and industry leaders and over 200 exhibitors from around the world to guide facilities and technology investments and opportunities for houses of worship.
WFX offers over 60 Conference sessions in five tracks, over 200 exhibitors on the expo floor, five dynamic keynote presentations, Hands-On and Exhibitor Offered Training Sessions, and invaluable networking opportunities.
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