Westbury National 'Imagine' Technology Showcase Set For March 9

0XImagineAV integration and full-service event production company Westbury National will welcome more than 50 exhibitors and 500 guests to experience some of the latest AV technology solutions for event producers and corporate A/V professionals at the Imagine technology showcase and networking event on March 9th from 1-9 p.m. This year the event moves to the Mattamy Athletic Centre (formerly Maple Leafs Gardens) in downtown Toronto.

Imagine is billed as the only event of its kind in Toronto where event producers and corporate A/V professionals come together to see, touch and interact with the latest in event and audiovisual technology.

The education sessions feature confirmed speakers from Kramer Electronics, Power Play Production Group, GerrAudio, Crossover, EventMobi and Shure Canada.

“Imagine is all about innovation, and reinforcing relationships in the event production and corporate AV sector,” says Frank Gerstein, Managing Director at Westbury National. “We could not be more proud to host IMAGINE in the historic Maple Leaf Gardens where we happen to be the Official Production Supplier.”

From an exclusive preview of the newest audio conferencing technology to insider tricks of the trade from leading event producers, organizers say Imagine will feature best-in-class solutions for a myriad of event and A/V applications.

“Conference and event professionals in every segment won’t want to miss this one-of-a-kind hybrid technology showcase and networking event,” says Brock McGinnis, CTS and Sales Manager at Westbury National. “Our industry is thriving, and we can’t wait to show people how stunning and cost-effective corporate A/V and event solutions can be.”

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