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By / Feb 14, 2019 (guruXOOX/iStock/Getty Images Plus)

The ATM Industry Association’s US Conference 2019 starts next week in Orlando, Florida. Attendance is expected to exceed 1,200.

More than 1,200 ATM industry professionals are heading to Florida next week to hear about the latest advancements in technology, discuss where the industry is going with colleagues, and learn how products can improve the customer experience.

Association: ATM Industry Association

Conference: US Conference 2019

Venue: Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort

Location: Orlando, Florida

Following an opening reception on Tuesday evening, ATMIA2019 begins Wednesday with a keynote featuring Chris Bertish. The adventurer and bestselling author—and the first person to cross the Atlantic Ocean on a standup paddleboard—will discuss how attendees can redefine their approach to achieving success. Also on the agenda:

Early learning. For attendees wanting to get a jump start, five preconference workshops, which are included with registration, cover top-of-mind issues for industry professionals. Among them: how to protect ATMs from criminal attacks, the benefits of cardless ATMs, and staying in compliance with Americans With Disabilities Act guidelines.

Town hall. Tuesday’s town hall meeting will allow attendees to engage with experts on hot topics in the industry, including the continuing importance of cash. Participants can also share their concerns and get expert insights from ATMIA U.S. Executive Director David Tente.

Scholarship. For the first time, ATMIA has partnered with TransNational ATM on a conference scholarship program, which will provide one first-time attendee with an expense-paid trip to attend the conference. In addition, the winner will attend Retail Boot Camp ATM Training at a later date. The scholarship package has an approximate value of $3,300.

Head to Twitter (#ATMIA2019) for other conference details.

Samantha Whitehorne

Samantha Whitehorne is editorial director of Associations Now. More »

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