5 Charging Stations to Power Up Your Events

By Kelsey Ogletree, July 13, 2016

It’s time to juice up! No, we’re not talking about caffeine, but rather its rival for the biggest essential in modern events: electricity. With attendees bringing an average of three devices each to conferences, spots to plug in are highly sought after. Thanks to companies like these five, charging stations don’t have to be an eyesore—or add to your bottom line. In fact, if you position the opportunity correctly to potential sponsors, charging stations can be a hot commodity.


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