It’s been four years since we were on “Sin City” and while the world has certainly changed, attendees will be relieved to know that some of their favorite aspects of the show remain the same.
Earlier this year, we held our NFMT show in Baltimore after a three-year hiatus. I have never seen attendees so happy to be at a trade show. Now our NFMT Remix event is returning to Las Vegas this fall and I expect the same level of excitement. I hope you can join me at Paris Las Vegas Resort on November 2-3 for NFMT Remix.
It’s been four years since we were on “Sin City” and while the world has certainly changed, attendees will be relieved to know that some of their favorite aspects of the show remain the same. Namely, I am talking about the quality of education attendees expect at NFMT events. This year, six tracks focus on the key areas of energy, technology, safety, leadership, maintenance and operational efficiency. Some of the 60 minute sessions focus on the hybrid workplace, capital planning, resiliency, fire safety, ADA, indoor air quality and more.
In addition to these sessions, we will be holding something new — the Think Tanks conference. These 60-minute informal chats focus on a specific building type or trend, allowing attendees to network with each other in a small group environment. Participants bring the questions and conversations (although a moderator is present to help guide the process).
If you’re looking for more product-specific answers, check out the Product Zone sessions held in the Exhibit Hall. These 20-minute sessions focus on innovative technologies and products that solve current and future challenges.
Of course, it wouldn’t be a trade show without an evening of networking, and NFMT Remix is no different. After years of social distancing, facility managers are encouraged to gather and mingle with their peers. The Free Networking Happy Hour takes place on Wednesday, November 2 in the Exhibit Hall. Attendees will be able to network with other facility managers, as well as visit exhibitor booths, while eating and drinking.
While a lot of things are similar to the last time the show was in Las Vegas, some things are a little different. Participants now have three options when signing up: Basic (free), Pro ($29), and Elite ($149). Each registration option has different levels of access. Basic grants entry to the Exhibit Hall and Networking Night. Pro adds education sessions. Finally, Elite provides all of the above, plus a behind-the-scenes tour of the Bellagio fountains, the ability to watch NFMT Remix videos on demand after the event, and a 6-month fnPrime subscription that includes past NFMT content, exclusive ebooks and monthly virtual networking opportunities.
NFMT Remix is shaping up to be an amazing event and we are excited to have it back in Las Vegas. I hope to see you there. You can find more information and register at nfmt.com/vegas.