World-class educational programs and workshops with industry leaders
Exceptional networking opportunities and access to key decision-makers to foster new relationships and develop connections
Stay abreast of the latest developments and solutions in the industry
Architects, in-building wireless specialists, HetNet professionals, carriers, consultants, contractors, infrastructure engineers, product managers and suppliers
WHY ATTEND AS AN END USER
Data demands from mobile consumers are growing exponentially and everyone expects to have high- speed connectivity at all time. Having an in-building wireless strategy, such as a Distributed Antenna System (DAS) or enabling the use of small cells, is just one way that many end-user owners are tackling this trend. Taking the needs of this industry into your own hands and improving the signals is the ideal way to increase your property’s value. NEDAS events bring together a wide range of in-building wireless professionals to answer your questions, provide education, and eventually connect your building!
The Northeast DAS & Small Cell Association (NEDAS) returns to Beantown, with our annual Boston Symposium! To keep DAS and Small Cell professionals at the forefront of the wireless industry, this half-day event will gather more than 200+ HetNet industry professionals for educational training sessions and workshops that bring new solutions and insights together. Following the educational program, attendees have the opportunity to develop and foster relationships at the evening networking reception. This is the perfect time to collaborate and discuss trends among community thought-leaders and industry experts.
When: July 18, 2018
Time: 2:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Eastern Time
Location: District Hall, 75 Northern Ave, Boston, MA, 02210
NEDAS Symposiums have consistently targeted key decision-makers and end-users relevant to our sponsors and attendees. This is not an open-door event. All interested parties are vetted, offering an exclusive opportunity to learn, teach and network with the right people in a relaxing and friendly environment. This event is FREE for all end-users.
Email email@example.com to learn how to become an exhibitor at our Boston Symposium.
NEDAS Boston Symposium Ticket Prices*:
Early Bird Registration- $199.00
After Early Bird Registration- $275.00
Onsite Registration- $350.00
*fees & taxes not included
Early Bird Registration Available June 20, 2018
Sponsorship Opportunities Available:
Sponsoring a NEDAS event provides your company with the opportunity to gain brand exposure before, during and after the event. Your company’s logo and participation doesn’t just reach the event’s attendees, but also over 6,000 DAS, Small Cell, and telecom industry representatives.
This exposure is further magnified through the support of NEDAS’ partner iMiller Public Relations (iMPR), a leading international marketing and public relations firm serving the telecommunications and technology sectors. iMPR taps into its 35,000+ community connections to promote NEDAS sponsors via announcements on blogs, Twitter, Facebook, and other social media channels. NEDAS’ LinkedIn Group proudly reaches over 200,000 relevant professionals.
Press Registration: Complimentary press registration is available to approved journalists, reporters, editors and correspondents. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cancellation Policy: Cancellations received on or before July 11, 2018 will be refunded the registration cost minus a $50 processing fee. There are no refunds for cancellations made after July 11, 2018.
Code of Conduct: The Northeast DAS & Small Cell Association is dedicated to providing an enjoyable conference experience for all participants.
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Why attend a NEDAS event as an end-user?
Data demands from mobile consumers are growing exponentially and everyone expects to have high speed connectivity at all time. Do you know what the cell service is like at your properties? If you receive complaints of weak signal or poor reception in certain parts of your buildings, it might call for an upgrade to your current approach to wireless connectivity. Having an in-building wireless strategy, such as a Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) or enabling the use of small cells, is just one way that many real estate and property owners are tackling this trend. Taking the need of this particular industry into their your hands and improving the signals is a perfect way to increase your property’s value. Treating wireless coverage like a utility can be a way for you and your properties to compete in the new connected world.
How NEDAS Helps
If your real estate properties have poor cell coverage, if you want to add value for your tenants by implementing strong, up-to-date connectivity, or if you want to learn more about how this technology affects the real estate business, the NEDAS shows are a perfect opportunity to do so.