Vendors, entertainers and sponsorship opportunities open now for 2023 S.T.E.A.M. & Digital Entertainment Expo
TAMPA, Fla. (February 3, 2023) — Katbrat Studios, Tampa’s Veteran-Owned Aerial & Digital Media Company, is pleased to announce that Tampa will host the S.T.E.A.M. & Digital Entertainment Expo this Fall at the Tampa Convention Center.
From 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 30, attendees from across the U.S. will experience the future of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Makers (STEAM) and Digital Entertainment.
“A wide variety of STEAM entrepreneurs and content creators from across the globe will come together for the S.T.E.A.M & Digital Edutainment Expo,” said Kat Mahoney, Founder of the S.T.E.A.M. & Digital Entertainment Expo and owner of Katbrat Studios, the event producers. “The expo will bring together curious and eager minds in S.T.E.A.M and digital entertainment while showcasing some of the latest in technological advancements, innovation and creativity.”
While the vendor list for the expo continues to grow, she said attendees would have the opportunity to explore cutting-edge exhibits, attend engaging workshops and panels and network with industry leaders.
“Our attendees will see hands-on demonstrations of the latest S.T.E.A.M and digital entertainment products and services,” Mahoney said. “Along with those demonstrations, workshops and panel discussions are planned that will explore the future of technology and its impact on various industries.”
A call for speakers and performers also remains open.
“There are still many opportunities available to be featured during the expo,” Mahoney said. “Speakers, Content Creators, and Esports fans are welcome to apply for a spot to be part of the expo.”
For those looking to attend, she said the event offers networking opportunities and even a Smash Brothers free-for-all and tournament.
“Whether you’re a student, educator, entrepreneur, or just a tech enthusiast, the 2023 Florida S.T.E.A.M & Digital Entertainment Expo is the place to be for businesses and consumers alike,” Mahoney said.