Once exhibitors and participants are connected in their mutual spaces, it’s important to provide them with tools to help them find and connect with each other. One way to do this is to implement an advanced search engine that allows exhibitors and participants to find each other based on specific criteria.
Exhibitors can use the search engine to find potential contacts, including participants, exhibitors, and speakers. This allows exhibitors to easily identify and reach out to the individuals who are most relevant to their business goals. For example, an exhibitor who is looking to partner with a specific company or find potential customers with a particular interest can use the search engine to identify potential contacts and connect with them.
Participants, on the other hand, can use the search engine to filter potential contacts by various criteria such as activity nomenclature, company, size, interests, and more. This allows participants to quickly identify and connect with individuals who are most relevant to their needs and interests.
By providing an advanced search engine, you can help exhibitors and participants find each other quickly and efficiently. This can lead to more productive conversations, partnerships, and collaborations, and ultimately contribute to the success of the event.