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APCO Show Daily
Post-Show Edition

Thank you to everyone who attended APCO’s Annual Conference & Expo for making it one of our best conferences yet! More than 5,400 attendees and exhibitors from 24 countries gathered in Baltimore last week to earn CEUs, visit the expo and network with their peers. They were not disappointed as APCO 2019 offered more than 130 educational sessions to choose from and 270 exhibitors to meet with. Not to mention the incredible keynote speakers and social events like the APCO Block Party and the Connect & Celebrate Dinner. Be sure to check out the photos on Flickr and Instagram. We hope to see you again next year in Orlando for APCO 2020!

 
Updates & Reminders
  • Congratulations to everyone who participated in the APCO 2019 Walk It Out Challenge!  The top steppers were: 
    • Dawn H.: 252,728 steps
    • Joseph M.: 227,829 steps
    • Amanda C.: 218,978 steps
  • Congrats Expo Quest winners: Kara S. from Belmont, NC; Gina T. from Chugiak, AK; and Heather B. from Mesa, AZ.
  • To access session handouts, go to the Attendee Service Center and enter your login and password. You can also access them in the conference app.
  • Find information on CEU’s and session evaluations.
  • Please check your inboxes later this week for information regarding participating in our survey. We thank you in advance for your input.
 
Zetron, Inc.
TC Communications
Conference Coverage
The Food for Thought Luncheon on Wednesday in the Baltimore Convention Center gave APCO 2019 attendees a taste of the FCC’s role in emergency response and America’s first female jet fighter pilot delivered advice for managing a high stress work environment.
 
APCO 2019 was gaveled to an end Wednesday during the Connect and Celebrate dinner at the Baltimore Convention Center. The outgoing and incoming presidents assessed lessons learned and their hopes for the future of the preeminent public safety communications association.
 

"I want to begin by talking about something we need to make right," said FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel at the Food for Thought Luncheon at APCO 2019. "I want to discuss how Washington got wrong the classification of 9-1-1 call takers — and what we can do to fix it."
Read the rest of Rosenworcel's remarks.

 
Avtec Inc.
Carbyne, Inc.
 
Icom America, Inc.

 

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