EEA Has Plans in Place for 2010 Networking Expo

The Enterprise Engagement Alliance will hold its first EEA Networking Expo at the Doral Arrowwood Hotel Conference Center in Rye Brook, N.Y., June 3-5, 2010. EEA says the inaugural expo is designed to help organizations profit from engaging their key audiences by giving attendees a unique opportunity to get to know one another as they engineer new ways to use rewards and recognition to drive performance. And EEA plans to make it an annual event, enabling buyers and sellers of engagement products and services to build better relationships through a combination of interactive educational sessions, luncheons, dinners, exhibits, and receptions.

A slate of interactive education sessions will enable attendees to learn about and share the latest and most effective policies, procedures, strategies and tactics in the field of engagement, EEA said, adding that the sessions will be designed to offer unique, actionable ideas and information that can be used to boost performance and profitability.

Exhibitors representing products, programs, and performance-improvement strategies will be available during eight hours of dedicated exhibit time, as well as at other networking events and activities during the event's two and a half days.

In addition, exhibitors and attendees alike will also be able to enjoy the Doral Arrowwood's health club; 9-hole golf course; tennis, squash, and racquetball courts; and Olympic-size indoor/outdoor pool. The Doral Arrowwood is convenient to all major metropolitan areas in the Boston/New York City/Philadelphia/Washington, D.C. corridor, located only 10 minutes from Westchester County Airport and 40 minutes from New York's LaGuardia Airport.

For more information about the event, visit www.EEAExpo.com.

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