AEA Electrical Learning EXPO In-Person October 25, 2023

February 23, 2023

The Electrical Learning EXPO provides all companies with an opportunity to show New Products, New Services, New Innovations, and give Presentations & Demonstrations to a captive, educated audience. 

The Electrical Learning EXPO offers attendees an unmatched opportunity to gain knowledge of your products and services. One enhancement after another presents a fresh new look at the endless process of finding new customers.

Date: Wednesday, October 25th 2023

Location: River Cree Resort & Casino, 300 East Lapotac Blvd, Enoch, AB T7X 3Y3

Benefits of Attending: 

  • Complimentary company listing in AEA’s PowerUP
  • e-newsletter, website, and all promotional material
  • Veteran exhibitors & AEA members receive priority consideration for booth location
  • AEA members receive discounted rates
  • All booths include everything no extra costs
  • Promotion of your participation is sent in attendee confirmation emails
  • Opportunity to participate in the presentation area
  • Opportunity to demonstrate your new product in front of a captive audience
  • Detailed and accurate company listing of all attendees

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