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Unlike some virtual platforms that use a simulated 3D booth and require additional software downloads, our virtual platform looks and acts more like a website where attendees can easily find exhibitors, discover their products and book a meeting, all with just a few clicks.
The booth itself can include logo, description, embedded videos, links to pdfs and social networks, a list of products and the exhibitor representatives.
Matched Networking is a fantastic way of being introduced to attendees who matter most to your business. On registration, the attendee is asked several profile building questions to define the attendee’s objectives for the event. The registration system is then able to match you to attendees who have a common business interest.
You will find a list of matches when you login to the event which you can access from 2 weeks before the event. You can take 3 types of action immediately on these matches:
No, all meetings are arranged and housed within the virtual event platform. You will receive a notification when a meeting has been arranged and also when an attendee has joined the meeting as a prompt for you to join too.
Once in a meeting you can toggle the video feed on/off, share your screen or add others to your meeting. A Chat box enables you to share information and links for future reference.
We will provide a real time list of leads who show interest in your company. Exhibitors will have access to a dashboard showing a full list of your inbound leads. These can be attendees who visited your virtual booth, watched a session you sponsored, made a connection or a meeting with one of your team or someone who has marked your company as “Interested”.
An inbound lead is seen as a warm lead – i.e someone who has shown interest but not been qualified yet. If an exhibitor skips this lead, they are removed from your lead bucket. If you show interest back, that lead is then converted to a “Contact”. This is an important distinction as exhibitors can export a list of contacts at the end of the event for follow up.
Each attendee has a set number of ‘pending meeting requests’ they can send out. A pending meeting request is a meeting you have scheduled with someone else that is either awaiting confirmation or is confirmed. Any declined meeting will be added back to your allocation.
Any meeting requests that you receive from someone else does not impact on your allocation, so in reality you could end up having many more meetings than your pending meeting request allocation.
Yes, this is one of the key features of the event platform and allows you to be time efficient with your meetings. Within “My Profile” there is a section to Set Availability. You can mark each hour of the day that you are available/unavailable. For any time slots you mark as unavailable, attendees will not be able to schedule meetings for you during this time.
Within the ‘Schedule’ tab you will find a list of all the sessions available to you. Each session will be ‘Live Streamed’ within the event platform, so when the time comes, you simply click play to watch. For live sessions there will be interactive features such as Polls and Q&A. For sessions you are not able to join live, you will be able to access on-demand.