Are you attending Mobile World Congress 2017?

CW (Cambridge Wireless) has partnered with Tradefair to create an informal free event for those attending Mobile World Congress next month.

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Technology Trade Fairs: planning, pitching and ROI’
When
: 1 February 2017, 10am - 4pm
Where: BEIS Conference Centre, 1 Victoria Street, London, SW1H 0ET

Why attend?

For the UK technology industry, visiting or exhibiting at major international trade fairs is in their DNA. CES in Las Vegas starts the new year with a such a bang, and many are now preparing for the world’s largest gathering of the mobile industry - Mobile World Congress in Barcelona at the end February.

Have you ever asked yourself whether you are approaching these huge opportunities in the most effective way?  Does the outcome just result in aching feet, handfuls of business cards and a significant chunk out of your marketing budget?  The beginning of 2017 is a great time to review what you and your company need to do to make these national and international trade fairs really work for your business, whether you are visiting or exhibiting.

Take time out to hear from event organisers, trade associations and experienced companies on the best approach to trade fairs; how to select them, plan for them, pitch at them, and how to develop suitable sales channels for effective follow up activities.  Take the opportunity to network with other like-minded companies. 

Speakers include:

Mike Short, Consultant, Telefonica UK
Milli d'Hangest d'Yvoy, Marketing Manager, TestPlant Europe Limited      
William Neil, Assistant Sales Director, GSMA 
Mark Birchall, Tradefair
Chris Bignell, Director, XL Communications Ltd
Vincenzo Pampararo, Department for International Trade

Come along to this free event and get helpful advance guidance, whether you are attending Mobile World Congress (MWC 2017) or planning to attend other trade shows throughout the year.

REGISTER NOW - FREE EVENT

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