ACE Summit and Reverse Expo

2014-02-03 - 2014-02-05
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ACE stands for Architecture, Capital Equipment and Engineering. The ACE Summit and Reverse Expo is the event from the producers of the IDN Summit setting the foundation for collaboration among healthcare’s architectural, capital equipment, and engineering sectors by bringing together senior healthcare executives, and suppliers of architecture, construction, capital equipment, engineering or facilities products or services. The event is uniquely positioned to focus on hospital construction and capital equipment projects.

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ACE Summit and Reverse Expo is the new event targeted specifically for healthcare decision makers and representatives from the companies supplying the architecture, capital equipment, engineering, and facility solutions for healthcare facilities in the US.

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What is the Reverse Expo?

The ACE Reverse Expo provides substantial cost-cutting opportunities for attending suppliers, engineers, architects and construction company executives by saving time and travel expenses otherwise associated with building partnerships through travel to individual healthcare systems, hospitals and GPOs. Unlike a traditional expo, the ACE Reverse Expo will feature senior healthcare and GPO executives staffing booths as they host healthcare capital equipment suppliers, architectural firm representatives, equipment planners, engineers, construction company executives and related consultants and executives from the facility and capital equipment sectors, providing a unique opportunity to effectively and efficiently use their time and resources.

Likewise, senior healthcare executives will save valuable time otherwise taken up by the process of sourcing new vendors, business partners and consultants. The ACE Reverse Expo instead will offer an open environment to meet with several potential business partners in one neutral venue.

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