NeoCon calls for 2022 program proposals

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theMARTChicago—With the 2022 edition of NeoCon just six months away, theMART is currently seeking onsite and virtual program proposals for both its show conference program and year-round educational offerings.

NeoCon’s annual conference program offers insight into the defining trends and developments that impact the industry and explores broader movements affecting the current culture and the community at large.

Educational offerings at TheMART have solidified NeoCon’s influential position as a leading voice in the commercial design world, according to show organizers. The CEU accredited seminars are offered in a wide range of educational tracks and categories including workplace, healthcare, education, design skills and technology.

Submission guidelines and details can be found online and will be accepted through Jan. 17, 2022.

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