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Interop Las Vegas exhibitor books Spark trade show presenter


March 11, 2015

Las Vegas — For the ninth time, Spark trade show presenter Andy Saks has been tapped by trade show talent company Magnet Productions give booth presentations for its client Citrix Systems at a major technology conference.

This time, Saks will deliver booth presentations for Citrix at the Interop 2015 show. Interop will take place April 28-30, 2015, in its usual home at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas.

Trade show talent agent Magnet Productions

Magnet Productions booked Saks as a trade show presenter for Citrix Systems

Citrix Systems, Inc. is an American multinational software company. Citrix provides desktop virtualization, server networking, software-as-a-service (SaaS) and various cloud computing technologies.

Magnet Productions books a variety of top-notch trade show talent, including booth presenters, jugglers, magicians and high-end assistants. Performers communicate key messages in a fun and memorable style, and increase the exhibitor’s qualified lead count.

Magnet will also provide trade show booth assistants to help Citrix engage attendees, gather crowds for impending presentations, scan badges and enhance its lead count throughout the show.



Andy Saks, Spark Presentations

Spark owner and trade show trainer Andy Saks

Spark Presentations is a private company founded in 1998 that provides presentation skills training and speech coaching for executives, salespeople, marketers and others, plus booth staff training for trade show exhibitors.

Spark also books professional presenters to represent its clients at high-profile events as keynote speakers, trade show booth presenters, masters of ceremonies (emcees) and live auctioneers.

Spark’s owner, Andy Saks, is also the author of The Presentation Playbook Series: Be a Most Valuable Presenter (MVP), a three-volume series of books that help businesspeople master common presentation situations by building and running speaking “plays” like a coach or player calls a key play in a game.


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