NCB Show Begins Shifting Into High Gear

Nightclub & Bar Convention and Trade ShowThe Nightclub & Bar team is shifting into full gear. We’re working on all fronts to ensure that every attendee leaves the 2014 show with usable information, ideas, and hot new products that aids in the betterment of their business. Mark your calendar as this year’s Nightclub & Bar Convention and Trade Show will take place from March 24 – 26 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

The team is locking down a packed program of speakers, workshops and keynote addresses. Delivering a program of this size and caliber takes analysis of current trends and challenges and outreach to the top industry experts, influencers and innovators. We strive to ensure the information, data and ideas you obtain are meaningful and actionable.

The NCB Show floor delivers more than 37,000 qualified buyers and industry professionals with over 700 companies displaying a wide range of innovative products that are geared to help your business thrive and you break out from the traditional bar business model. There are over 200 companies already signed up including over 50 new products to jumpstart your bar.

NCB is again working hard to provide the best nightlife and networking opportunities for attendees. Whether you’re looking to dance the night away at the biggest clubs in Vegas or enjoy complimentary cocktails at an intimate lounge on the strip the NCB show will offer something for everyone.

The NCB SHOW website will soon be alive with show details and updates. Stay tuned to the website and to this newsletter for all your Nightclub & Bar Convention and Trade Show information. Click HERE to relive last year’s event.  


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