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OCCC Networking

Every month Orlando plays host to conferences across many industries. If you find yourself traveling to Orlando for one of the main events off of International drive at the Orange County Convention Center (OCCC), then check below for a list of what’s going on and at which concourse.

Orlando Condo & HOA Expo 2020

June 4 | West Concourse


This one day conference is a must for property managers. Attend if you’re looking for insight on legal and financial issues, advice on best communication practices, and tips on how to improve management procedures so that you’re more proactive than reactive. On hand will be industry experts in management, building and remodeling, and those in the know of the latest energy efficiency solutions.

Southern Baptist Convention 2020

June 7 – 10 | West Concourse


Designed for autonomous Baptist churches and Baptist bodies of all sizes to gather and discuss missions held locally and abroad, social services, charitable endeavors, and Christian education. This yearly conference celebrates its 175th anniversary.

ASTRA’s Marketplace & Academy

June 7 – 10 | West Concourse


This toy convention entertains and educates. Attendees will get to interact with new toys and meet their designers. Business owners will glean selling practices that will help them benefit from toys currently trending. More than 500 vendors are scheduled to attend. Seminars will discuss a variety of topics on business operations, psychology, and children and play.

American Water Works Association Annual Conference and Expo 2020

June 14 – 17 | South Concourse


Water industry colleagues unite at this exciting water industry event. American Water Works Association includes your standard keynote sessions, receptions, and expo, but it also has contests. Work with your team to build the best fire hydrant and water meter. Got what it takes to be the fastest team to pipe tap? Give it a shot right here. The contests culminate with the World Water Cup—a drilling and tapping competition with teams from around the world.

National Fire Protection Association Conference & Expo 2020

June 15 – 17 | West Concourse


If your career focuses on understanding codes and standards in building design, construction, and operations, then this conference is a must. In the middle of July, the National Fire Protection Association gathers to discuss code questions and interpretations, latest innovations, and solutions to some of your technical challenges.

World Ballet Competition 2020

June 15 – 20 | West Concourse


Probably one of the most graceful competitions ever, hundreds of ballet dancers compete for more than $300,000 in cash prizes and dance merchandise. This prize figure also includes scholarships and job contracts. Hosted by a not-for-profit organization whose mission it is to promote talent and fairness, the World Ballet Competition has helped launch many professional careers around the world.

AAU Jr. National Volleyball Championships 2020

June 17 – 28 | North/South Concourse


Get your volleyball squad ready for this massive Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) volleyball championship. The AAU has dedicated its more than 130 year existence to providing “Sports for All, Forever.” Moreover, this competition provides its athletes a chance to learn life lessons as well as develop mentally, emotionally, and socially to better prepare them for life.

Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series 2020

June 19 – 21 | TBD

The OCCC plays host to the 2020 Yu-Gi-Oh! conference in the Southeast. Duelists face each other to see whose stack comes out the champ. This isn’t simply a fight between Xyz, Synchro, and Fusion monsters; this is a battle of strategy against strengths and weaknesses, calculated risk, and massive damage points.

ASSP Safety Conference & Exposition 2020

June 23 – 25 | West Concourse


At this event you’ll gain occupational safety and health education you can immediately implement. Earn IACET accreditation during their sessions. Topics covered include risk management, Worker’s Compensation, safety management, industrial hygiene, product safety, ergonomics, standards and organizational management, and much more.

2020 PLC Institutes

June 24 – 26 | West Concourse


Staff and educators at Professional Learning Communities at Work® gather to explain the benefits of their program to schools and districts. Network with and learn from the professionals who created this program.

Hotel Near OCCC

Midpointe Hotel, a Rosen hotel, is conveniently located across the street from the OCCC. More than just a convenient location, Midpointe offers many amenities not found elsewhere. Mini-refrigerators are stocked in each room alongside home-like amenities—possibly the most important being the single-serve coffee maker. Our unique layout includes rooms with indoor and outdoor corridors, two swimming pools, and two hot tubs. Our competitive rates make staying at our hotel a no-brainer for an economical stay. Start your booking process today by clicking the orange button at the top of this page.

Convention Networking

Being so close to the Orange County Convention Center is probably one of the best features of the Midpointe Hotel, tied closely with comfortable amenities. It’s no surprise many of our guests visit Orlando’s tourism and conference district for business purposes, which keeps Orlando’s schedule of events packed year-round. Even in December when crowds lighten up a bit at theme parks like Universal Orlando Resort, the Orange County Convention Center stays busy.

If you’re planning to attend any of these events below in December, keep in mind we’re right across the street from the OCCC.


North & South Concourse (Private) | 2 – 6

This is the world’s largest modeling and simulation (M&S) event with a lot of hands-on-virtual-training. Who this event may interest includes all branches of the military, national defense and security, educational communities, and such. This major annual meeting is organized by the National Training and Simulation Association (NTSA) whose purpose is to promote international and interdisciplinary cooperation with M&S, education, training, analysis, and related disciplines. If you are interested in attending and need help getting permission to attend, visit the Justification page for detailed instructions: https://www.iitsec.org/attend/attendee-justification

American Society of Hematology 2019

West Concourse (Private) | 6 – 10

Anyone in the hematology field, from researchers to trainees, will benefit from attending the 61st American Society of Hematology (ASH) Annual Meeting. The event has an overall focus on malignant and non-malignant hematology while hosting discussions on genetics, areas of immunotherapy, emerging tools for genome editing, and single cell technology. Young hematologists in training will have the chance to network and receive onsite mentoring at the ASH-apalooza event at Top Golf. Workshop sessions and roundtables open the floor to collaborative brainstorming on current cases. Women hematologist will have special networking opportunities during the event. If any of this is in your field of interest, please click the link below for a full description of events and times.


Spirit Cheer

West Concourse (Private) | 14 – 15

Competition brings out the best in us all. Athletes know this best, including those who support players on the field—the cheerleaders. Coming to Orlando during the holiday season is Spirit Cheer’s All American DI and DII Nationals. Cheerleaders and dancers aiming for national titles and a chance to compete in subsequent international tournaments plan seriously for this qualifying event. Spirit Cheer rose out of Gainesville, FL, in 1998. Spirit Cheer quickly became known for “NBA Fun Days” where top teams from that day’s competitions would attend an NBA game and perform as the half time entertainment. The competitive foundation has grown into affordable and fun cheerleading event. Competitors range in age and ability, what matters most here is spirit! And you’ll find it aplenty during this year’s most anticipated cheerleading event. Spirit Cheer also provides educational opportunities and seminars for coaches and gym owners at Varsity University. Check out Spirit Cheer’s website for information on all events, including cost and registration information for All American DI and DII Nationals.


Enrich your life with the latest education from experts in your field of interest or by cheering and/or dancing competitively. Give yourself the gift of staying across the street from the action in comfortable and affordable rooms at Midpointe Hotel. Check availability by clicking the button above or by calling 833-527-4349.

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