NeoCon East 2015 makes additions to programming, events

October 20, 2015

Screen Shot 2015-10-20 at 11.09.33 AMPhiladelphia—NeoCon East 2015, slated for Oct. 28-29 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, is on track to provide innovative programming led by industry leaders, events with influential A&D professionals and associations from the region, as well as a host of buzz-worthy products across the vertical markets.

The 13th annual edition of NeoCon East will feature a wide range of product offerings across categories. For the first time, there will be a dedicated Architectural Wall Section for attendees to explore and the Interiors & Sources Materials Pavilion will serve as a source of materials, product, ideas and inspiration.

In addition to a number of new and familiar exhibitors, NeoCon East will feature a multitude of keynote speakers and presentations including Jake Barton, principal and founder of Local Projects, and HOK Atlanta’s lead designers Todd Bertsch and Betsy Nurse.

There will also be over 25 CEU accredited programs across a wide range of topics and 12 educational tracks including a specifically designed GSA seminar series, free for all attendees. A full listing is available at neoconeast.com/index.cfm/education/seminars/.

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