Digital Signage Expo 2018 Seminar to Present “The Evolution of Digital Corporate Communications: A Manulife Case Study”

January 11, 2018

Digital Signage Expo (DSE), the world’s largest international trade show and educational conference dedicated to digital displays, interactive technology and digital communications networks, announced today that its Digital Signage Corporate Communications Seminar Program at DSE 2018 designed specifically for End Users in the Corporate Communications sector will feature an hour-long session titled, “The Evolution of Digital Corporate Communications: A Manulife Case Study.”

On Thursday, March 29 at 9 a.m., Tara Haselden, Digital Marketing Manager for Manulife, will present an hour-long session that will explore how digital signage can change the way companies communicate with employees, demonstrate how to build global program relevance, and underscore the importance of effective content.


Registration for DSE’s Wednesday Corporate Communications session, “The Evolution of Digital Corporate Communications: A Manulife Case Study,” or any of the DSE 2018 educational conference seminars, which are sponsored by Broadsign and are eligible for Digital Signage Expert Group (DSEG) certification renewal credits, is available online at

Mark your calendar now: DSE® 2018 is scheduled for March 27-30, 2018, with access to the Exhibit Hall March 28-29 at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas. To reserve exhibit space, contact Andrea Varrone at (770) 817-5905. For more information, visit

You can follow DSE on Twitter (@DSExpo) or Facebook ( For all DSE 2018 updates, use #dse2018. For year-round news and information on digital signage, visit DSE’s Digital Signage Connection web portal at


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