EXPORADIO CREATES SIMPLE POPUP TALK RADIO STATIONS FOR TRADE AND INDUSTRY EXHIBITIONS.
WE USE OUR DECADES OF PROFESSIONAL BROADCAST EXPERIENCE TO HANDLE THE TECH AND HELP CLIENTS Share exclusive industry discussions Focused exclusively on THEIR sector, live from the exhibition floor straight to THE OFFICIALevent website.
"great way TO sharE the buzz of those incredibly valuable NETWORKING conversations WITH SECTOR LEADERS, YET RETAINS THE VALUE OF BEING HERE IN PERSON + BRILLIANT PROMOTION FOR SPONSORS"
(-TECH CONFERENCE CLIENT AT BRISTOL WATERSHED, 2017)
GO ONE EXTRA FOR YOUR INDUSTRY: GO LIVE with EVENT-DEDICATED WEB radio
"Distractions are up, attendance is down". Events have to work harder and harder to engage with people before, during and afterwards. But there's no substitute for actually being there. Attendees appreciate that the added value of an event is the personal interactions, the discussions over coffee, the chance encounters with experts, thought-leaders and pioneers in the field. These really reward the effort to be there in person.
But facts are facts. People are busy. Leave doesn't grow on trees. Travel and accommodation costs money. Professionals can't attend every event they'd like to. That's why they'd still follow it online, pay attention via social media, and engage with the programme via the web. They're not there, but they ARE 'there'. So if they could be offered something exclusive that would attract their attention via the official event website, that'd be a valuable opportunity for event teams, trade associations and prime sponsors.
That's why we created expoRADIO. It's a popup talk radio station-style broadcasting live from the expo floor, focused only on that event and that industry, managed by professional broadcasters (so everyone sounds good) and available to listeners in one place only: on the event's official webpage. Not the keynotes, not the speeches, but the expert conversations, the impromptu expert discussions, the 'buzz' of the event in one place only: right in front of industry networks, online communities - and potential attendees. Once engaged, they'll be more likely to attend in future.