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Virtual Tradeshows

Virtual Tradeshows with nonstop information service on a particular fair, featuring details about the exhibitors, contracting terms and conditions, opening hours, hotels, travels, and the possibility of keeping the virtual fairgrounds on the Internet all year round.

Websites about virtual tradeshows offer nonstop information about a particular fair and clarify whatever doubts there might be among both visitors and exhibitors about contracting terms and conditions, schedules, hotels, travels and so forth. With this much information, people can establish their own priorities beforehand and keep the virtual fairgrounds on the Internet all year round through the company’s own contact and email lists.

For both visitors and exhibitors, benefits are plentiful. Despite the , any virtual tradeshow offers great conveniences, such as comfort and continues opening hours. But in addition to all that, the fair guarantees visitors the possibility of planning his or her own event, especially after customers have browsed through the different virtual stands, have contacted exhibitors, and have come up with their own agendas and interview schedules with people they want to talk to. This set of tools lets users max out their visits to traditional fairs.

ur project will simply become an extension of the physical fairs, conventions and events. The website will feature overall information about the exhibitors, companies, products and items they put on the market, location of their stands at the real-time fair, and a hyperlink to their own websites –if any.

What does the provider guarantee?

Information about the exhibitors that wish to showcase their products at the virtual fair, such as pictures of the marketing company, products and items, hyperlinks to the company’s website (if any), email address for contacts and stand location inside the fair.

t keeps the lodging service in the server for a full year, from one fair to the next

What does the customer get?

  • Prearranged agreements with potential customers for contacts at the fair.
  • Broader business opportunities at the real-time fair.
  • Internet service on the website during the fair’s full year. As virtual fair alter the physical tradeshow.

What should the customer provide?

Information about his or her company as specified in the exhibitor informational form.

  • Corporate résumé of the company. What is it? What does it do?
  • The company’s corporate image in digital format *.gif, *.jpg, *.psd or any other photographic format with good resolution. Otherwise, a picture of the company’s stand at the fair will be used.
  • Services and products the company sells or markets with
  • Information on the contacts: company, email, mailing address, phone numbers.
  • If your company has a website of its own, you could order a hyperlink from the virtual fair.
  • Stand location at the fair.

The price of the product will be $50 per exhibitor willing to take his or her fair to the Internet. The price will include a page with information on the company. In case the customer needs or wants more than one page, the contract should be renegotiated under new terms and conditions.