ESA Kicks Off 2011 Leadership Summit Next Week
IRVING, Texas — The Electronic Security Association (ESA) will kick off its 2011 ESA Leadership Summit next week (Jan. 10-13) at the Omni Mandalay Hotel at Las Colinas in Irving, Texas.
Free to all attendees, the first half of the conference will feature a hosted guest segment that brings ESA leadership and senior executives of the largest and most influential member companies together for two days of education, networking and information sharing. The second segment includes the association meetings, leadership workshops, seminars and recognition functions.
Additionally, attendees will hear industry veterans discuss the future developments in the electronic security market, such as: smart security, vertical valuation, security and mobile applications, staying strong in a weak economy and other topics relative to creating thriving businesses. Speakers slated to participate in the summit include:
- Ed Bonifas, vice president of Alarm Detection Systems Inc.
- Joe Nuccio, president and CEO of ASG Security
- Richard Perry, president of Security Networks
- John Jennings, CEO of Safeguard Security
Conference participants will also enjoy networking with other industry professionals at the Summit Extravaganza, which will be held at Cowboys Stadium.
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