The Exhibition Think Tank (ETT) Club has welcomed a new Mission Sponsor, Info Salons.
Info Salons is an event data processing and business intelligence provider and will sponsor the Club’s latest project, the Exhibition Marketing Months under the theme of, ‘Exploring the Best Reopening Marketing Strategies’. The first event under the new theme will take place on 23 September to be followed by regular events under this new mission running until November.
The ETT Club will bring together marketers and other industry professionals from around the world to share their experiences, innovate and contribute to the future success of the industry.
“We are proud to support the ETT’s latest mission. It is a critical time for the exhibition industry as some regions are reopening and hosting live events once again. Now more than ever, we must support our peers in the industry to ensure a strong and successful reopening,” said Wilbert Heijmans, managing director at Info Salons Group.
The ETT Club Exhibition Marketing Months will host a range of events including panel discussions, marketing sprints, presentations and networking opportunities.
Matthias Tesi Baur, founder of the ETT Club and MBB-Consulting, said he was “very excited to have Info Salons on board as a sponsor as we celebrate the role Marketing plays in the industry bouncing back”.
Info Salons is a Freeman Company and is set to introduce new attendee tracking and insights solutions before the end of this year.
To register and access the Marketing Months events, along with other micro-workshops and panel discussions, click on the link below: https://www.exhibitionthinktank.com/all-events/
The ETT Club is also running a two-session Sprint under the title, ‘How does marketing communication need to change to reopen an exhibition?’ on 23 September and 6 October (both start at 14.00 UK Time). The first session will include a panel and networking and group work; while the second session will involve a group work presentation and discussion and final outcome.
Speakers a the event include Alison Church, Easyfairs; Chris Kilbee, Acuity Growth Consultancy, and Stephanie Selesnick, International Trade Information Inc.