AMI virtual Conference

Jan 5, 2021

Join Us Virtually for the 2021 AMI Conference & Expo – Jan. 27- Feb. 17, 2021

Experience AMI Conference & Expo live stream sessions or attend at your own pace with on-demand recordings available immediately following the conclusion of each session and are available through March 31, 2021, as are continued opportunities to visit the virtual booths and live chat with the conference exhibitors.
Looking for more learning opportunities? Register for any of the pre-conference workshops!
·    Jan. 27 | 2020: Lessons Learned from the Electrical Code Updates
·    Jan. 28 | BIG Infrastructure Grant: Step by Step Application Guidance for a Successful Award
·    Feb. 1 | Marina 101
On February 2, attendees can move about the virtual platform to visit the virtual booths and end the day with a social event – Virtual Trivia! 
Educational sessions will be presented from February 3- 4, including keynotes, breakout sessions, product demos, and panel discussions. Additional educational sessions, including regional roundtables, will continue in an abbreviated schedule through February 17, 2021.
View the conference agenda 

Register Here

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