White Label World Expo is coming to Las Vegas May 25-26, 2022. Known also as The Online Retail Sourcing Show, the White Label World Expo will be held at the Las Vegas Convention Center in the South Hall.
The White Label World Expo 2022 in Las Vegas, Nevada will feature 300 speakers, 400 different suppliers, and over 10,000 attendees. The Online Retail Sourcing Show will feature a networking area, an Amazon Pro Sellers Summit, a Start-Up Masterclass, industry awards, and more.
According to the White Label World Expo website, “this unmissable event places thousands of online sellers, suppliers and buyers from across the globe all under one roof, ensuring that our attendees leave full of inspiration and ready to take the industry by storm!”
The White Label World Expo in Las Vegas will also feature inspiring seminar sessions, industry-leading keynote speakers, and panel sessions full of information and inspiration for entrepreneurs, online retailers, startup owners, and more. A few of the notable keynote speakers for this year’s White Label World Expo include:
- Chris Shalchi, Spotify
- Gina Ban, StackCommerce
- Aditya Agashe, Microsoft
- Laura Pattinson, Teikamtrics
- Neel Mehta, Google
- Jason Traff, Shipwell
- Savannah Schaffer, MONAT
White Label World Expo 2022 Las Vegas Tickets
Registration for the Online Resourcing Show, also known as the White Label World Expo 2022 in Las Vegas, is currently open. Tickets are currently free for attendees and can be requested through the White Label Expo website.
The website indicates that your name badge will have a personalized bar code. As other event attendees and exhibitors may have code readers, the personalized bar code shares your registration details, acting as a digital business card.
White Label World Expo 2022 LVCC Transportation and Parking
For those attending this year’s White Label World Expo at the Las Vegas Convention Center, there are a few transportation options available around the convention center and throughout Las Vegas. Certain hotels offer complimentary shuttle services between the Convention Center and hotels, and there are taxis readily available for transportation throughout Las Vegas. There are also rideshare options through Uber and Lyft. Additionally, there is fast and direct transportation from the Las Vegas Convention Center to locations along the Strip using the Las Vegas Monorail.
For parking options, there are a variety of small satellite parking areas located around the Las Vegas Convention Center at the nearby Westgate Resort as well as the nearby Renaissance hotels.
Las Vegas Convention Center Monorail Transportation
When it comes to transportation options for convention attendees at the Las Vegas Convention Center, the Las Vegas Monorail proves to be one of the best choices for fast and convenient transportation. The Monorail offers reliable transportation along the Strip, oftentimes costing less than rideshare or taxi options.
The Las Vegas Monorail is a 100% electric tram that runs from one end of the Las Vegas Strip to another in a matter of just a few minutes. It directly connects travelers and convention attendees to numerous resort hotels and convenient stops along the Strip. Waiting for the next monorail train at any of the seven monorail stations takes little to no time as monorail trains arrive every few minutes.
Las Vegas Monorail Hours and Tickets
The Las Vegas Monorail opens daily at 7 a.m. and closes at midnight on Mondays, closes at 2 a.m. Tuesday through Thursday, and closes at 3 a.m. Friday through Sunday.
Tickets for the Las Vegas Monorail can be purchased at any ticket vending machine, conveniently located close to the entrances of each of our seven Las Vegas Monorail Stations, or tickets can be purchased online through the Las Vegas Monorail website.
The seven Monorail stations located along the Las Strip are easy to locate:
- SAHARA Las Vegas Monorail Station
- Westgate Las Vegas Monorail Station
- Las Vegas Convention Center Monorail Station
- Harrah’s & The LINQ Monorail Station
- Flamingo & Caesars Palace Monorail Station
- Bally’s & Paris Las Vegas Monorail Station
- MGM Grand Monorail Station
Convention Center LOOP
The Las Vegas Convention Center has a unique new transportation option for faster across-campus transportation – The Las Vegas Convention Center Loop, also known as the LVCC Loop. It quickly connects convention attendees from the existing campus (South, North, Central Halls) to the new West Hall in approximately two minutes. Prior to this transportation option, the average walk time between the halls was 25 minutes.
The LVCC Loop consists of two tunnels for one-way traffic built underneath the large 200-acre Las Vegas Convention Center. The tunnels are approximately ⅘ of a mile in length and are designed for transportation with Tesla EVs rather than rail cars. The Tesla EVs reach speeds up to 35mph in the tunnels while transporting convention attendees.
There are currently three LVCC Loop stations that are easy to locate:
- Central Station: located below ground near the main entrance to the Central Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center. This station is accessible via elevator or escalator.
- West Station: located above ground adjacent to the West Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center.
- South Station: located above ground adjacent to the South Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center.