Frequently Asked Questions
What type of companies exhibit at the International Esthetics, Cosmetic & Spa Conference?
All companies exhibiting sell or distribute products or services to spas/salons. The following are examples of the types of companies that will be seen at IECSC:
- Hair Removal
- Private Label
- Permanent Makeup
- Microdermabrasion Product/Machine
- Equipment & Supply
- Spa Design
- Spa/Salon Computer Programming
Who attends the conferences?
Salon & Spa Owners and Managers, Estheticians, Makeup Artists, Skin Care Specialists, Instructors/Students, Distributors, Massage Therapists, MedicalEstheticians, Plastic Surgeons, Wellness Practitioners, Cosmetologists.
Is the public invited to participate in the conference?
No, this is a professional tradeshow only and is not beneficial to anyone not involved in the spa industry. However, anyone interested in this industry is more then welcome to call and get more information.
Do you have to bring your license to the show?
Not all states license their estheticians or salon/spa professionals, so we do not require any ID at the door. Some form of professional identification is suggested for networking and business transaction information. Questex, however only advertises to the professionals in the spa industry.
How many people attend the conference each year?
IECSC Florida expects more than 5,500 professionals each year.
How many exhibits will be seen at the conferences?
Over 200 exhibiting companies/manufacturers will be at IECSC Florida.
What type of Conference Program is offered?
IECSC Florida offers a robust educational program. More than 60 classes are free with your paid daily exhibit hall admission. Plus, there are additional classes available for a separate fee, including: Advanced Education Workshops, CIDESCO Section USA and an Advanced Business Seminar. All classes are taught by the industry's leading experts.
Do people attending classes receive CEU credits?
Many classes are acceptable for CEU credit; however, due to the diversity in state accreditation programs, it is the attendee's responsibility to notify their state board of cosmetology to predetermine which classes are acceptable.