industry insider | Aug 31, 2015 |
NeoCon East heads to Philadelphia, announces programming
Boh staff
By Staff

For the first time, design expo NeoCon East will unfold at the Philadelphia Convention Center in Pennsylvania following last year’s Baltimore, Maryland. Now in its 13th year, the annual show will spotlight products across categories including workplace, government, health care, hospitality, retail, education and public spaces. The two-day event, taking place from October 28 to 29, will also feature newly added partnerships with regional design organizations as well as programs led by keynote presenters and HOK leading designers Todd Bertsch and Betsy Nurse along with principal and founder Jake Barton of Local Projects, a media design firm for museums and public spaces. 

Registration for admission to NeoCon East is free and available online until October 23. Keynote presentations are free. Online registration for CEU seminars is available until October 23, for a cost of $35 each (fee increases to $45 each onsite). Fees vary for Association Forums and Special Events. A GSA Educational Track is free to all attendees.

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