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Announcing the Guide to Indoor Location Tech at MWC

We are happy to announce the Grizzly Analytics Guide to Indoor Location Technology at MWC 2017. This guide will be available for free before MWC, and will include entries for all the exhibitors showing or talking about indoor location technologies.

Are you attending MWC? The conference is so big that you might miss some of the great indoor location technologies being shown. Sign up now to receive the guide before MWC, with time to plan your time.

Are you exhibiting indoor location technology at MWC? This guide lets you get the attention of the exact people who are interested in what you are showing. A free basic listing will include your company name, your solution type, your technology category, and the location of your booth or meeting room. If you want, you can pay low rates for expanded entries, including details of your technology, how your solution differs from others, your contact information, and much more.

Are you attending MWC but not exhibiting, but have indoor location to talk about? An expanded listing in this guide can enable you to schedule meetings with interested attendees.

Sign up now, to receive the guide when it is published or to appear in the guide. We will follow up with the indoor location companies soon to discuss details of the free and expanded listings.

We are happy to answer any questions you may have by e-mail or by chat.

Looking forward to seeing you at MWC!

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