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Registration Opens for Inside Self-Storage World Expo, Washington, D.C.

Registration is officially open for the Inside Self-Storage World Expo in Washington, D.C., Oct. 5-8.

Registration is officially open for the Inside Self-Storage World Expo in Washington, D.C., Oct. 5-8. Created for self-storage industry owners, managers, developers, investors and suppliers, the event comprises four days of educational seminars, product and service exhibits, and networking opportunities. It will take place at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center.
With a theme of “Today’s Challenges Are Tomorrow’s Profit,” the expo focuses on strategies for generating revenue and perfecting business branding in a demanding economic environment. Participants can attend seminars as part of three comprehensive educational tracks: 

  • Facility Marketing and Promotion
  • Day-to-Day Operation and Facility Management
  • Construction, Development, Real Estate and Finance

They can also choose from a diverse palette of add-on intensive workshops. Options include the Developers Seminar, Marketing and Sales Boot Camp, Legal Learning Live and the Management Workshop. Featured speakers include self-storage experts such as Jim Chiswell, Jeffrey Greenberger, Mel Holsinger, Joe Niemczyk, RK Kliebenstein, Tom Litton and others.
The ISS Expo is the industry’s leading conference and tradeshow. Produced by Inside Self-Storage magazine, the show features an extensive educational program tailored for the storage-industry professional. The exhibit hall includes suppliers from every facet of the business as well as exceptional networking opportunities.

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