Self-Storage Education Video from 2017 ISS Expo Now Available on Demand

The Inside Self-Storage (ISS) Store, an e-commerce website providing research and education products for industry professionals, is now offering all 44 of the education sessions recorded during this year’s ISS World Expo in Las Vegas as on-demand video. The presentations cover topics related to self-storage building, finance, investing, management, marketing, ownership, technology and more.

The Inside Self-Storage (ISS) Store, an e-commerce website providing research and education products for industry professionals, is now offering all 44 of the education sessions recorded during this year’s ISS World Expo in Las Vegas as on-demand video. The presentations cover topics related to self-storage building, finance, investing, management, marketing, ownership, technology and more.

Priced at $20, the videos are available for purchase at insideselfstoragestore.com. Customers are able to view their on-demand immediately from an embedded player inside their account. The recordings are viewable anywhere, on any device with an Internet connection.

The seminars held during the 2017 ISS Expo, the industry’s largest conference and tradeshow, featured self-storage experts presenting in seven education tracks. The on-demand recordings include not only the video of each presentation but the PowerPoint slides used by each presenter, embedded for user convenience. They're are also available in DVD format, individually as well as bundled by track and in larger discount packages.

Conceived as a central hub that allows self-storage owners, operators, developers and investors to obtain cutting-edge information and resources, the ISS Store is owned and operated by ISS, a dynamic services provider that has served the self-storage industry for more than 26 years. The brand includes ISS magazine, the ISS Expo and Self-Storage Talk, the industry’s largest online community.

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