Get maximum ROI on your event
The meetings at events and exhibitions are one of the best ways to interact and influence decision makers executives, then close deals. But investment in an event can be high.
To maximize ROI, be sure to invite and get the commitment of assistance from executives who you want to influence.
Design a stand, creating compelling messages, prepare presentations, but ... what about your target audience?
Do not distract the target audience achievement of with the rest of event preparations. We focus in the group of people you want to attend your event, in order to persuade them to close their attending commitment.
Increase attendance and ROI of your event
With our services we multiply the ROI of your event by creating an integrated plan to maximize attendance and the follow-up of your target audience.
Do you have a list of accounts that you would love to add to your list of customers? Well, do not just sit and wait for them to come to your event. Let us invite them. We send invitations to executives in order they can plan their attendance in advance.
We can not assume that all invitations are read. So we take the phone and speak one by one with guests to make sure they have received the message. Adding a human touch to the conversation, we are able to discover the problems and challenges that your target customers are addressing, and to explain why the event is relevant to them.
Your sales and marketing teams will be engaged in the event. Therefore, we pre-qualify attendees, which will allow you to use your time wisely during the event and achieve the best results.
During phone conversations we set appointments during the event for your salespeople. Appointments keep your sales team focused, and provides them time to be ready in advance.
Through our activities, we are building relationships that will differentiate your company from competitors.
Hit first hiit twice. Very often the sale is made by the supplier responding the first. That's why we call them, in some cases, even before you leave the venue. In addition, we also follow people who has been registered but ultimately did not attend. Obviously they were interested, but something prevented their attendance. Maybe they are interested in a personal meeting ...