FETC Recognized Among Industry's Fastest-Growing Events
1105 Media Announces FETC, it's national educational technology conference, has been named EXPO Magazine's "Top 25 Fast-Growth Shows of 2011."
- (1888PressRelease) April 04, 2012 - Irvine, CA - 1105 Media Education Group is proud to announce that FETC, its national educational technology conference for schools and districts, has been named among EXPO Magazine's "Top 25 Fast-Growth Shows of 2011"-the only event serving the education field to be recognized on the list.
EXPO Magazine used a survey focused on shows' performance metrics to compile their second annual list. Among the statistics considered by the publication included growth in the following areas: square footage, attendees, exhibitors, revenue and attendees per square footage; all of which were calculated by comparing the conference's 2010 and 2011 numbers in those categories. The survey also touched on how the conferences, trade shows and expos used new strategies, new media and IT in inventive ways to showcase exhibitors.
"Not only is it an honor to be recognized by such a well-known industry magazine," said 1105 Media Education Group's Executive Director of Events, Mike Eason, "But to be the only educational technology conference ranked solidifies FETC's position as the premier trade show in our field." Eason adds, "FETC provides incomparable hands-on experiences with the latest software and hardware, strategies for all levels of educational professionals, and excellent peer networking opportunities."
Founded in 1981, FETC attracted approximately 650 educational professionals to gather, discuss, learn and explore emerging technologies and how they can be implemented in classrooms, schools and districts to improve student instruction. The conference saw consistent annual growth since that inaugural year and was acquired by 1105 Media in 2007.Taking place in January of every year; this year's conference was yet another success with almost 9,000 attendees from across the nation and around the world. Stay informed about how you can attend, exhibit or even speak at the 2013 event by going to www.fetc.org, "Liking" the conference on Facebook or following it on Twitter.
FETC 2012 is the content-rich national conference that brings education leaders and technology experts from around the globe together to exchange techniques and strategies for teaching and learning success. Known worldwide for its outstanding program, FETC provides educators and administrators the opportunity to explore the integration of technology across the curriculum-from kindergarten to college-through hands-on exposure to the latest hardware, software and successful strategies. FETC offers a wealth of information for all education professions-teachers, principals and deans, district administrators, curriculum designers, media specialists, technology directors and others.
About 1105 Education Group
The 1105 Media Education Group informs and educates K-20 executives, administrators, education building specialists, technologists, faculty and industry professionals about the emerging instructional and administrative technologies, as well as the facilities that are influencing the landscape of education in schools, districts and higher education institutions around the world. Through two publications, a multitude of online resources and ten in-person and virtual events, our four flagship brands: T.H.E. Journal, Campus Technology, FETC and School and College Building Expo deliver essential content that assists education professionals and administration to successfully mold the tech-savvy students of today into the productive digital citizens of tomorrow. Free subscriptions are available to our publications and newsletters. Visit www.thejournal.com, www.campustechnology.com, www.fetc.org and www.scbexpo.com.
For more information about 1105 Media's Education Group contact:
1105 Media Education Group
kbarak ( @ ) 1105media dot com
For more information about FETC contact:
Executive Director, Events
1105 Media Education Group
meason ( @ ) 1105media dot com