The Building Owners and Managers Association International will offer attendees of the upcoming 2015 BOMA International Annual Conference & Expo, which takes place June 28 to 30 in Los Angeles, the chance to create their own success by exploring cutting-edge technology and sustainability solutions. Special trade show exhibit areas at the BOMA Every Building Expo will showcase the latest resources, tools and products necessary to maintain a high-performance property.
More than 400 exhibits by leading manufacturers and suppliers will help attendees find solutions to operational challenges and strategies to enhance asset performance on the tradeshow floor. The technology pavilion will highlight the latest building technologies, systems, data management solutions and business software to help property professionals take asset management to the next level. Nearby, the green pavilion will feature cost-effective solutions and products to help property professionals maintain efficient and sustainable buildings.
“In today's competitive marketplace, property professionals can't afford not to take advantage of the latest products and services,” said BOMA International Chair John G. Oliver, BOMA Fellow and managing principal for Oliver & Company. “The BOMA Every Building Expo offers conference attendees the tools they need to enhance asset performance and realize a robust return on investment.”
This year's expo features exhibits from the industry's leading providers showcasing the products and services needed to best operate a commercial building. Other highlights include a grand opening celebration on June 28, from 3 to 6 p.m. and networking opportunities over lunch on June 29 and June 30.
Show hours are:
June 28: 3 to 6 p.m.;
June 29: 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.;
June 30: 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
A variety of registration options are available, including free expo-only registration for qualified property and facility professionals.
The 2015 BOMA International Annual Conference & Expo is commercial real estate's most important event of the year. This collaborative meeting brings together the best minds in the industry for more than 50 expert-led sessions across six education tracks on topics ranging from asset management strategies to best operational practices for office, industrial and mixed-use properties.
At the Monday general session, "The Revitalization of Downtown LA," a panel of experts will discuss the driving forces behind Los Angeles' downtown renaissance and how other downtown districts can follow the city's successful revitalization model. The conference also will feature a performance by one of most recognizable entertainers in the world, Jay Leno, who will kick off the Sunday general session. Visit www.BOMAConference.org for more information.