Thanks for Attending Ed Expo 2013 —
the Educational Products Marketplace Event of the Year!
The industry gathered in Atlanta, January 16-18, 2013, for Ed Expo to celebrate the largest tradeshow dedicated to the educational products marketplace. With 1,300 in attendance this year, representing over 500 companies, dealers in attendance got the first look at new products, learned from industry experts, and had fun with old and new friends, customers and vendors. From "America’s Educator" Ron Clark wowing the crowd at the awesome keynote address, to members sharing the mike at karaoke during the Dessert Reception, to prize giveaways every hour on Friday, a good time was had by all!
As the premier showcase for the latest innovations in 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 teaching and learning industry, helping to drive product sales year round. Only at Ed Expo can you visit hundreds of manufacturers and evaluate thousands of products all under one roof.
Show attendees heard first-hand of the exciting news that Ed Expo and CAMEX (Campus Market Expo) will co-locate March 8-11, 2014 in the Dallas Convention Center, replacing the January dates in Tampa. This partnership creates the world's largest showcase of products for students and teachers from Pre-K through Higher Ed expanding opportunities for all attendees. This joint venture with the National Association of College Stores (NACS) will result in a vibrant exhibit hall with more exhibitors, more products, and more new opportunities for the NSSEA membership. With over 1,000 total exhibitors showcasing their newest, hottest products and the "must have" back-to-school items at the 2014 Ed Expo/CAMEX show, this will be the largest, most comprehensive event in the educational products marketplace, providing unlimited opportunity to the $14.84 billion Pre-K-12 market and the $10 billion campus youth market that reaches millions of college students from all over the world.