Digital Signage Expo 2017 Seminar to Present Corporate Sector Keynote “Learning from Corporate Communications Wins (and Losses)”

  • Digital Signage Expo
  • 11.08.16
The keynote session, “Learning from Corporate Communications Wins (and Losses),” will kick off the Digital Signage Corporate Communications Seminar Program at the 2017 Digital Signage Expo on March 29.

Digital Signage Expo (DSE), one of the world’s largest international trade shows and educational conferences dedicated to digital displays, interactive technology and digital communications networks, announced that Wednesday, March 29 at 8 a.m., Dwayne Brown, director of creative technology for Rogers Communications, will present the introductory keynote session, which will include strategies for implementing a solution or searching for support to implement a solution; how to identify the common areas requiring help, how to assess the internal skill set and how to find the right external support; and how to keep a digital signage system relevant and operational over the long term.

“Digital signage and digital media systems are complex yet organic systems that require a high degree of technical understanding upfront, but need to be placed in the hands of non-technical people once set up,” said Brown. “Making technology seem easy and helping everyone realize a solution through technology is my personal mission statement.”

Registration for DSE’s Wednesday Corporate Communications sector keynote “Learning from Corporate Communications Wins (and Losses),” or any of the DSE 2017 educational conference seminars, which are sponsored by BroadSign International and are eligible for Digital Signage Expert Group (DSEG) certification renewal credits, is available online at

DSE® 2017 is scheduled for March 28-31, 2017, with access to the exhibit hall March 29-30 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

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