TVEDC Vice President Chris Wimsatt did not have to travel far to man the organization’s exhibit at this important high-tech trade show. Held at the Daytona Beach Hilton Oceanfront Resort and the Ocean Center, the event drew more than 1,000 delegates including 299 students, from 37 countries with about 50% coming from outside the United States. Programming included a symposium on ultra-high temperature ceramics and a Pacific Rim engineering summit. Also attending the event were TVEDC President and CEO Keith Norden; CEO Business Alliance President Kent Sharples and Mary Garvin, the organization’s Director of Business Development; and Brad Harris of the Volusia County Economic Development Division. Team Volusia and the CEO Business Alliance co-hosted a social event at the Streamline Hotel to welcome delegates to Volusia County.