Largest digital signage event coming to Auckland this week

  • Digital
  • October 1, 2013
  • StopPress Team
Largest digital signage event coming to Auckland this week

NGAGEMENT is the largest digital signage event in New Zealand and is coming to Auckland on 4 October at The Cloud.

The event draws an audience of 250 business decision makers from retail, council/government and brand/marketing professionals with a strong interest in the future of digital signage.

The focus of the event is on the key benefits of digital signage and how it will drive sales and shape customer behaviour at store level, as well as the future of digital innovation.

Key partners of this event include Vodafone, ngConnect, Samsung and Quick Tap (Coke). Additional partners include exeed, Laser Group, Flexirent, Mayo Group, Oceania and Asahi.

Richard Fraser, head of Emerging Technology and Commercialisation Australia, NZ & Pacific at Alcatel-Lucent will be the Master of Ceremonies and the list of speakers includes names such as Rudy Mazza (APAC communications director, Global Sales and Marketing - Alcatel-Lucent), Geri Ellis (GM Digital & Social Media at Vodafone NZ), Mike Hutcheson (director of Image Center), Wayne Simeon (national sales manager of Coca-Cola Amatil NZ) and Brett O'Riley (CEO of ATEED).

Vodafone will be showcasing their work on NFC payments, their new Supernet network and the benefits for digital signage applications. Coke will be showing off their latest innovation in unattended retailing with 3 NFC enabled vending machines, while Samsung will show the latest innovations in panel technology. Alcatel-Lucent's ngConnect programme has created innovations such as the Mall Wall, Touchtable and Retail Concierge and these displays will also be on show for people to experience. 

Click here to secure your seat at the NGAGEMENT 2013 event. 

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