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Start with a plan
There's a lot to pack in to your trip to the EFA Expo, and getting a head
start on your schedule can make all the difference By Kevin Gaffney
Attending industry tradeshows and
conferences is an outstanding way to see
the latest in technologies and products
firsthand, share your wisdom and gain
new knowledge, and-most importantly-
connect with likeminded people.
In the case of the Environments for
Aging Expo & Conference (April 9-12,
Austin, Texas), that's a lot to accomplish in
four short days.
On April 9, you'll have the option of
selecting from three community tours or
a preconference workshop, followed by
an action-packed April 10 that kicks off
with an opening keynote presentation and
offers 15 educational sessions across
five tracks, the EFA Awards Luncheon, a
general session panel discussion, and the
opening night reception on the exhibit hall
floor. April 11 packs in 30 sessions across
six tracks throughout the day, with lunch
in the exhibit hall and the annual networking reception that evening. And then April
12 wraps things up with breakfast exhibit
hall hours, even more educational sessions, and our closing keynote.
Like I said, there's a tremendous
amount to see and do. The key to getting
the most out of your experience is to plan
your schedule in advance.

Certainly there will be things that come
up while at the show, which is great-take
advantage of those unplanned opportunities
that often become some of your best experiences. But also take the time to create a list of
the sessions you can't miss and the companies you must see. Take advantage of the
resources available at EnvironmentsforAging.
com as well as our newest tool, EFA Connect.
Complimentary to all registrants, EFA
Connect allows attendees and exhibitors to
interact online before, during, and after the
show. An interactive planner, one of its best
features, allows you to organize your schedule, make appointments, and build your own
agenda.
The EFA Expo is going to be a great show,
and having a clear plan of action will make
sure that the time you spend there will be a
worthwhile investment. I look forward to seeing you in Austin. EFA

Kevin Gaffney
Group Show Director, Environments for Aging
kevin.gaffney@emeraldexpo.com
770.291.5446

Contact us:
Mike Pae Account Executive
216.373.1224
michael.pae@emeraldexpo.com

Environments for Aging Expo
& Conference
April 9-12, 2016
Austin Convention Center
Austin, Texas
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Editorial
Show Talk
Bulletin
Operations
Construction
Pushing Boundaries
Bathroom Design Beyond ADA
Welcome
2016 Jury
Inside and Out
Town Center
Elements of Surprise
Project Directory
EFA Design Showcase
Product Gallery
Buyers Guide
Obituary
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