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ABX 2020 is Seeking Dynamic Speakers for its Educational Program: Call for Proposals Deadline is April 17, 2020

ABX | ArchitectureBoston Expo is seeking industry leaders, educators, consultants, researchers, and technical experts to share their knowledge and business expertise as presenters for the educational conference program.

Taking place November 4-5, 2020, at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center, the educational conference program addresses a wide range of topics relevant to the AEC and design industries.

“With ABX being more than seven months away, we are diligently moving forward with development of a compelling educational program featuring challenging and substantial content, to address the leading topics and issues in the industry,” said Lindsay Roberts, Group Director. “When we begin to emerge from these uncertain times, face-to-face education will be more important than ever and ABX will deliver an impactful and engaging educational conference program.”

The primary audience of the educational conference program includes architects, builders,  contractors, engineers and other design professionals who are looking for quality content that challenges them and provides real world-solutions that they can take back to the office and implement immediately.

There are no pre-defined topics for workshop submissions and all topics relevant to the AEC and design industries are welcomed. All proposals must be submitted online no later than Friday, April 17, 2020, at 11:59 pm EDT via http://www.abexpo.com/cfp.

Questions should be directed to Jennifer Hughes, Senior Education Manager, at program@abexpo.com. For information about ABX, please visit www.abexpo.com or call 972.536.6444. Additional show information can be found on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.

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