Exhibiting at the right exhibition can be one of the most efficient, effective and successful marketing. CONVENE proved to be a tremendous success in the eyes of Exhibitors, Hosted buyers and Visitors (buyers) alike. 100% of exhibitors who took part in a survey would recommend CONVENE to their colleagues. No other form of marketing can get you in a room with so many potential customers actively looking for suppliers and give the chance to have nearly a hundred of face to face meetings in such a short period of time.
CONVENE attracts numerous international high caliber professionals interested in the Baltic Sea region. Have a look at the sample of the big brands that attended CONVENE in previous years as the hosted buyers.
Exhibiting at CONVENE provides these benefits for your company:
1. Lead Generation
Most Exhibitors considered CONVENE as an opportunity to present services to targeted decision makers interested in the Baltic Sea region.
With the quality and number of targeted audience, exhibiting at CONVENE gives you brand exposure to the sort of people who will actually buy your services. Partnership marketing opportunities are available throughout a year. The earlier you start marketing, the more exposure your brand will get.
CONVENE understands and promotes the culture of networking by creating to numerous networking opportunities (cosy coffee networking areas and luncheons during the exhibition, Evening networking events, familiarisation trips and site inspections).
4. Position your company as an industry leader
CONVENE has become a place to be for the professionals of the meetings industry of the Baltics.
5. Learning, learning, learning
CONVENE is supported by a major professional education programme during the exhibition. Meetings industry professionals of world renown are invited to speak for the Baltic Sea Region.
6. Get involved in hosting of the familiarization tours
Number of familiarization tours to Lithuania and neighbouring countries that wish to host the international buyers are organized following the exhibition. The programme included fam tours to other Lithuanian cities, Riga (Latvia), Tallinn (Estonia), Helsinki & Espoo (Finland), Gdansk (Poland).