ED Expo is the premier showcase for the latest innovations covering every facet of learning, from instructional materials, teaching aids, and technology products to educational games, toys, and supplies. ED Expo connects buyers and sellers in the educational products marketplace and provides education and training to help dealers increase sales through exposure to best practices and thought leaders. Join the industry that makes learning fun!
ED Expo 2014 brought together 1,400 people to celebrate new product introductions for the PreK-12 market. Mark your calendar for next year’s event: February 22-24, 2015 in Atlanta!
ED Expo 2014 included innovative products from 224 companies taking 380 booths and 16 tabletops. ED Expo co-located with CAMEX and the Independent Stationers Group regional meeting to create the world’s largest exposition for students from pre-school to college—over 1,000 exhibitors and an additional 7,000 buyers from college campus stores.
|The New Product Showcase Winners:|
|1st Place||Learning Resources Common Core Critter Kindergarten Bundle|
|2nd Place||Little Folk Visuals The Very Hungry Caterpillar|
Dealers were able to choose from 12 breakout sessions starting on Saturday afternoon and continuing each morning before exhibits. The excellent education program featured speakers with subject matter expertise on topics including Common Core, Technology’s Impact on the Classroom, Social Media, the Special Needs Market, and much more.
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Welcome Reception. Dessert Party. Evening with the Stars. Dealer Speed-Dining Dinner. Continental Breakfast. Networking Breaks. Share the Show Roundtable Breakfast. Closing Party. Attendees at ED Expo 2014 celebrated with colleagues at enhanced networking and even more fun off the exhibit floor after hours!
Dealers saved thousands of dollars with show specials offered by ED Expo and CAMEX exhibitors and found new lines to attract new customers by positioning their store as a resource for teachers and students from PreK through Higher Ed. Dealers earned $100 AMEX gift cards by participating in the Mystery Shopper Program.
New for 2014 was the Teacher Trendsetter Program that provides the opportunity to find out what the ultimate consumer thinks! The pilot program provided dealers with a unique perspective on what makes a great product.
|See the results as reported on:|
|The Penniless Teacher blog|
|Primary Inspired blog|