Zuken Innovation World Moves to Hilton Head for 2017

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Please join Zuken on beautiful Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, for Zuken Innovation World Americas 2017. After two fantastic events in San Diego, it was time to experience a new and exciting location. ZIW 2017 is scheduled for April 24-26, 2017.

Zuken University and the Expert Bar were both a big hit with participants in San Diego. ZIW Americas 2017 will have an expanded Zuken University class offering with longer classes. The Expert Bar will be back to provide 1:1 access to our product experts throughout the event. This is also an excellent opportunity to see and learn about the new 2017 product releases. You don’t want to miss it.

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