Xperience Hall is open and ready for virtual visitors.
Accessible through the meeting platform and mobile app, the virtual exhibit hall features more than 120 booths and a multitude of opportunities for one-on-one, live engagement.
“There’s a lot going on to partake in,” said Jamie Garcia, ENA’s senior manager of meetings and events. “It’s a great exhibit hall to spend time understanding what new products are out there and meeting with representatives.”
There are three distinct areas within Xperience Hall: ENA Experience, Exhibitors and Sponsors. Conference attendees can browse through the booths around the clock and schedule live meetings Sept. 22-24 with ENA staff and vendors within designated blocks for a more personalized experience.
“We encourage people to reach out to different vendors to make connections,” Garcia said.
XPERIENCE HALL HOURS
Wednesday, September 22
Noon – 1:30 p.m.
3:45 – 4:15 p.m.
Thursday, September 23
Noon – 1 p.m.
3:45 – 4:30 p.m.
Friday, September 24
Noon – 1 p.m.
*All times Central time.
Completing engagement activities within the meeting platform earns points for attendees and the chance to win prizes like an Emergency Nursing 2022 registration and gift cards. A leaderboard accessed through the “Play” link on the meeting homepage tracks each person’s progress and enables them to size up the competition.
The ENA Experience is integral to the Xperience Hall with information on the association’s newest education initiatives such as ENA University; ENA Foundation activities; resources for members; publications, including the Journal of Emergency Nursing; and ENA merchandise for sale in the Marketplace.
The Cadaver Lab, typically a paid activity, will be offered as a free virtual learning opportunity at 9:45 a.m. tomorrow during the Live Program.
Insights & Innovations sessions offer vendor-driven education throughout the conference.
“The platform is easy to navigate to find the information you are looking for, whether through filters built into the Xperience Hall or searching for a specific company,” Garcia said. “It’s very intuitive in terms of getting that information and ultimately providing attendees with the resources their hospital or their team needs. There are many ways to connect and ask questions directly.”
While the EN21 meeting site has been designed for ease of use with intuitive navigation, live help is available for anyone who needs assistance.
“You just click on ‘Help Desk’ and a live person will be able to chat with you quickly to point you in the right direction,” Garcia said.