5 Pro Tips for Surviving World of Concrete 2020

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giatec world of concrete

World of Concrete, one of the largest annual construction tradeshows, is just over a month away. With an expected 1,500 companies and 60,000 registered industry professionals, this is an amazing opportunity to see new products and devices, attend skill-building workshops and educational seminars, and network with your industry peers.

Whether you are a seasoned veteran or an industry newcomer, in more than 700,000 square feet of exhibit space, the show floor can get overwhelming. That is why we have created a free WOC Survival Guide! With this eBook, you will learn the most convenient way to travel to and from the show, where to find the beat steaks on the Strip, how to get exclusive coupon codes for UberEats and Lyft, and other pro tips.

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Make the Most of Your World of Concrete Trip

1. Download the WOC Mobile App

Save time walking the halls of the show by reviewing all of its cool features, including interactive maps, exhibitor profiles, an amazing “Locate Me” feature, a badge scanner, and a comprehensive list of don’t-miss events and activities going on at the show.

When mapping out your journey in the app, make sure to add Giatec Scientific to your list of booths to visit.

We’re located in the North Hall at Booth #N1451

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We’re bringing lots of energy to the event and can’t wait to show you how our products will help you build concrete structures faster, safer, and more economically.

Live demos are happening every day at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.

Download the World of Concrete Mobile App Here

2. Still Haven’t Registered for World of Concrete? Save $40

Use discount code BUY20 and pay only $65 (regular $105) to view the exhibits. Offer expires 1/17/20.

Register Here

3. Attend WOC Seminars, Workshops, After Parties, and More

Depending on your area of interest and level of expertise, there is something for everyone at World of Concrete. Plus, attending these events gives you a great opportunity to network with industry professionals. Make sure you check your mobile app for the WOC schedule and after party announcements!

Aali Alizadeh

Don’t forget to attend our Co-Founder and CTO, Aali Alizadeh’s presentation “Testing Concrete Strength Onsite: Methods & Applications” on Monday, February 3 at 2:00 p.m.

View Full Educational Program

Need help registering? Here are some tips

4. Research Travel Options

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Because the Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC) is not on the Strip, you’ll need a car to get around. But thanks to today’s ride- and car-sharing apps, your options for getting to and from the show are bigger, cheaper, and more convenient than ever.

In addition to the regular taxis, buses, and shuttles, there are a number of other practical ways to catch an affordable ride to and from the show or your accommodations. Save money and download the WOC Survival Guide below for free Uber, and Lyft coupons.

Download the Survival Guide

5. Make the Most of Your Experience

Explore the city that never sleeps, take a tour, watch a show, or eat at a great restaurant when you have some free time after the exhibit. Events are happening every night during the week, including live concerts, and tours. Read more of our recommendations in the eBook!

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