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4/30/2018

Map Your Show Makes Planning Your NPE2018 Simple

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In the week leading up to the show, begin your planning by visiting MYS. Click on the My Show Planner link, enter a few key pieces of information and start compiling your must-see list of exhibitors.

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With more than 1 million net ft2 of show floor to cover as well as dozens of education sessions to attend, organizing your NPE experience might seem overwhelming. 
NPE has once again partnered with Map Your Show (MYS) to make it easier to create a plan and use it to navigate your days at the show.

In the weeks leading up to the show, begin your planning by visiting MYS. Click on the My Show Planner link, enter a few key pieces of information and start compiling your must-see list of exhibitors.

Sessions, events and personal appointments can also be added to your Planner which can then be exported straight to your Outlook calendar.

Once you arrive at NPE, your Planner can be accessed on the NPE mobile app where you’ll find everything you entered before arriving synchronized to your phone or tablet. 
Easily locate companies on the show floor, check out exhibit highlights, engage in social media and even review information about Orlando. 

 

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