Published on : Friday, July 10, 2020
NeoConnect, a series of online resources, programming and events from NeoCon, designer especially for exhibitors and partners to virtually connect the NeoCon community now through Fall 2020. NeoConnect, NeoCon’s digital hub, brought the commercial design industry together throughout the month of June with virtual product launches from NeoCon exhibitors, compelling content from media and community partners, and more than 70 online programs and events. The digital hub will continue to connect the community by offering new content and resources through the fall. All of the action will take place on NeoCon’s social media platforms.
In June, NeoConnect showcased the latest introductions from NeoCon exhibitors and original content from its media and association partners. It offered unique virtual moments to connect, network, learn, and share within the industry.
According to Lisa Simonian, V-P of marketing for NeoCon, “We are so pleased with the response to NeoConnect. It was clear that our community did not want to miss the networking, learning and product launches that they have come to expect at NeoCon every June. June programming attendance was consistently high with registrants representing 30 different countries and we’ve seen tremendous traffic on our site and social media channels throughout the month.” Simonian continues, “Our community truly came together and shared resources and ideas that will help us all work, create and navigate throughout the year ahead. Our partners stepped up to the plate to offer important content as well as creative inspiration and we look forward to continuing to share their contributions with the community for the next several months—until our major focus shifts to NeoCon 2021.”
NeoCon has brought the commercial design industry together in Chicago every June since 1969. “Although we can’t convene physically this year, it remains important for us to continue to conduct our businesses, share ideas, learn from one another, support the greater community and celebrate where and when possible. We look forward to connecting with you!”
News courtesy: woodworkingnetwork.com