May 4-6, 2022
Nashville, TN

Important Dates and Information

Update your Online Booth. Click on "Edit Booth Info" below. ASAP
Early bird Deadline for Lead Retrieval (Compulead) 8/6/2021
Exhibitors with hotel room blocks - Deadline to provide guest names for the block. 8/10/2021
Advance Deadline for Lead Retrieval (Compulead) 8/23/2021
Last Day to Cancel Hotel Rooms without penalty. Review the Hotel & Travel page for details.  8/31/2021
Complete Exhibitor Appointed Contractor (EAC) Form if applicable and send it to 9/1/2021
Submit your Powerpoint slide to be included in the Keynote sessions. Please use the BOMA template. 9/3/2021
Request BOMA's press list to promote your presence at the Expo. Contact 9/3/2021
Freeman Services Discount Deadline. This includes booth furnishings, labor, material handling, booth cleaning,etc. 9/7/2021
Advance shipments may start arriving at the Freeman warehouse 9/7/2021
REQUIRED: Submit a copy of your Certificate of Insurance (COI) to Review the Liability insurance requirements for details.  9/7/2021
Deadline to reserve hotel rooms through the BOMA Housing Bureau at the Discounted Rate. Please note: the BOMA room block could sell out prior to this date. 9/12/2021
Advance Deadline for BCEC Services including: Electrical, Internet, Rigging, Plumbing. Click here to order online. 9/16/2021
Catering Order forms due to Levy. Click here to see the menus.  9/16/2021
Pre-Registration Deadline for Conference registrations & Booth personnel 9/17/2021
Discount Deadline for AV & Computer Rental (CCR Solutions) 9/22/2021
First Exhibitor Move in Day. Direct Shipments may begin to arrive at the BCEC at 8am 10/5/2021

OPENING KEYNOTE with Ambassador Michael McFaul

  • Room: Griffin A-E
Wednesday,May 04, 2022:3:45 PM -5:00 PM


Michael McFaul
Former U.S. Ambassador to the Russian Federation


Russia's invasion of Ukraine is a complex situation with far-reaching military, economic, humanitarian and geopolitical implications. As we are inundated with information around this crisis, clear-headed and expert analysis is more valuable than ever. Stanford Professor and Washington Post columnist Michael McFaul served as U.S. Ambassador to the Russian Federation from 2012 - 2014. Prior to becoming ambassador, he served for three years as the senior director for Russia and Eurasian Affairs at the National Security Council. McFaul knows Vladimir Putin as well as anyone else in the West and will share his perspective on the Russian Army's invasion of Ukraine, Putin's endgame, the U.S. and NATO response, and implications for the future. 

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