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ISS News Desk: Virtual Event Gathers Self-Storage Professionals for Free Education, Networking and Exhibits

Have you been longing for occasions to connect with fellow self-storage professionals at live conferences and tradeshows this year? Do you pine for the camaraderie and excitement of Vegas expos and all the business opportunities they bring to learn, shop and network? Well, you aren’t alone, and we at Inside Self-Storage feel your pain. To the coronavirus pandemic, we have one thing to say: BOOOOOO! Booooo to you, destroyer of dreams!

Well, we’ve found a way to move forward and gather the storage community this year, and it’s called the ISS Virtual Event. This free online offering, Sept. 28 and 29, is a way to safely interact with industry experts and peers and get the resources you need to survive and even thrive in this totally weird era. Just like a live show, it’ll give you access to a keynote address, seminars on a wide range of topics, open-forum Q&A discussions and an exhibit hall filled with top product and service suppliers. You’ll also enjoy a networking lounge, where you can engage in one-on-one and group chats; a resource center, where you can download all kinds of educational materials; an online store, where you can browse and buy dozens of industry-relevant products; and a help desk, where you can get assistance with common questions. Best of all, it’s entirely free. So, what are you waiting for? Register now so you can join us in a few short weeks! We look forward to seeing you there.

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