This year's event took place in Las Vegas, Nevada, at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino. During this four day conference and expo, leaders of the industry came together to share their experiences, discuss the latest trends, happenings, and visions for the industry's future. Timothy Liam EPSTEIN, a member of XLIVE's Advisory Board, was among these industry leaders, speaking on two of the expert panel sessions. This year’s conference and expo featured five conference tracks, totaling over 60 interactive educational sessions designed to give event promoter's the ability to create experiences that are truly extraordinary.
For specifics on Tim's sessions, please select one of the panel titles below:
December 11, 2017 Panel --> Community Impact - Making a Positive Impact on Communities through Live Events
December 12, 2017 Panel --> Standing Apart – Building a unique lineup in a consolidated market:
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On Wednesday, November 15, 2017 Tim joined other leading touring industry professionals in discussing trends, challenges, and opportunities in a broad array of touring industry sectors during the TRAX breakout session at this years Billboard Touring Conference & Awards.
The International Entertainment Buyers Association (IEBA), is an annual conference that is unlike any other in the festival/entertainment industry. The conference schedule includes live music from some of the most current artists, provides diverse entertainment options for buyers and offers exceptional networking opportunities.
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Tim will focus primarily on public and private partnerships in the entertainment and sports inductries, including discussion of best practices and hot topics.
The ABA's Annual Meeting will be taking place in Las Vegas, Nevada, October 5-8, 2017 at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas Hotel.
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