What makes a trade show a success? Of course, the exposition is a main draw. Still, the educational programming is where contractors can enhance their skills and knowledge, which is why METALCON is now accepting submissions for its 2024 show programming. 

This year’s METALCON will be held Oct. 30-Nov. 1 in Atlanta, and organizers invite experts to contribute to its content for the 2024 fall show. Producers say the educational sessions should focus on practical skills, challenges related to metal, and the various opportunities available for:

  • General and Sub-contractors in Commercial, Residential and/or Industrial, or Institutional Construction
  • Designers, Specifiers, Architects
  • Engineers
  • CEO’s, General Manager’s, Owners, Presidents, Principals
  • Sales and Marketing Leaders
  • Project Managers
  • Facilities Managers
  • Foreman/Crew Leaders
  • Installers/Technicians
  • Human Resources/Workforce Development Personnel

The submissions deadline is Feb. 14. Presenters may submit as many courses as they like. A team of industry experts will review all courses, and submitters will be notified no later than Feb. 28. METALCON strictly prohibits any promotional presentations or sales pitches during our educational sessions or workshops.

Please submit HERE.

For questions or more information, contact Kalyn Burke, trade show and event specialist for METALCON, at (857) 255-3341 or email kalyn@metalcon.com