BOMA Trade Show Committee
The Committee's Purpose...
The BOMA Greater Dallas Trade Show was established to provide a forum for Allied Members to network with Real Estate Members and to provide a source of non-dues revenue for the association. The organization seeks to produce a show that:
- provides value to those companies that participate as exhibitors,
- operates in a manner that is fair and consistent to all exhibitors,
- promotes BOMA & its Members in a positive manner, and
- adheres to national trade show industry standards.
The Trade Show Committee (TradeCom) oversees all aspects of the Trade Show and produces an event that follows association policies & procedures, industry protocol, and local, state, & federal laws.
The Trade Show spends the entire year focused on one event: the annual Trade Show in the later summer/early fall. It plans, creates, designs, develops the theme, manages, and works the show. The Trade Show is currently the biggest and most profitable BOMA Greater Dallas event and usually SELLS OUT.
To learn more about the Trade Show Committee's scheduled event, click the corresponding event graphic below.
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Trade Show Committee Waitlist!
**Although Members can sign up for as many Committee Waitlists as you choose, Board Policy limits all Members to serving on only one Committee or Council at a time.
Because of the high demand, if your name is on a Committee Waitlist and you decline to join that Committee when invited, you move to the bottom of ALL Committee Waitlists.
Thus, only add your name to the Committee Waitlist(s) on which you truly would like to serve.
Trade Show Committee Chair
Nicole DiGiorgio, RPA
The Committee Chair is responsible for the overall leadership and management of the Committee. Though a Committee Chair may appoint Committee Members to oversee particular tasks or certain events; all tasks, events, and responsibilities of the Committee ultimately are the responsibility of the Committee Chair.
Committee Chairs also prepare all meeting agendas, run all meetings, manage the annual Committee budget, and ensure that all Committee responsibilities are being addressed and fulfilled.
The position of Committee Chair is considered a high honor in BOMA and is thus considered a BOMA Leader.
Committee Vice Chairs assist Committee Chairs to complete their duties and step in for the Chair when the Chair is unavailable. Vice Chairs are the heir-apparent for the role of Chair the following year; though, such appointment is not guaranteed.
Christian Malesic, MBA, CAE, CMP, IOM