1. Connect with more than 225 industry leading exhibitors from around the globe
From Aaquatools, Inc.to Zone Defense, Waste & Recycling Expo Canada promises to bring you the best in the waste management and recycling industry. Exhibitors are coming from different countries, including:
Savic Engineering is the market leader in the elimination of dust and odor problems. Their SPRAYSTREAM machines produce microdroplets to create a blanket of mist. The technology can be used in many sectors: Bulk handling industry, Recycling, Demolition works – Crushing plants, Agriculture and Horticulture, Food industry. Visit them in booth 1260.
Durabac has become a leading manufacturer in the sustainable development industry with their environmental equipment. They specialize in waste and recycling containers (front & rear load), roll-off containers (cable or hook), plastic containers, self-dumping hoppers, plastic dumping carts and various platforms. See them in booths 1223 & 1323.
Komptech Americas is a leading international technology supplier of machinery and systems for the mechanical and mechanical-biological treatment of solid waste and for the treatment of biomass as a renewable energy source. Visit them in booth 1329.
For a complete list of all exhibitors click here.
2. Explore the latest advancements in waste and recycling
Get to explore and experience both new and upcoming products like Continue reading 6 Reasons to attend Waste & Recycling Expo Canada
Our HR Director, Vickie Ralls shares what it’s like to work at one of the top trade show companies in the world.
One of the most fascinating aspects of the business is the incredibly different industries in which the teams work. From Automechanika to Texworld USA and Boulevard-Pret-a-Sale, from Beautyworld Middle East, and Paperworld to Techtextil North America and Texprocess Americas. These just name a few and how diverse the shows are. It’s very exciting when a team is ready to take off for their show. There’s a kind of frenzy and excitement that’s a contagious energy which spreads around the office.
Our employees have a strong desire to contribute and are committed to providing excellent service to our customers. We value our diversity and different perspectives. The employees are encouraged to develop further and progress in their field with the support of management. We take pride in all of our employees and collectively share in the prosperity of the business.
We Know How To Have Fun
As hard as everyone works, we also have fun. One year for a team building event, we went bowling. We bowled three games. The second game, you had to do things like Continue reading What it’s Like to Work at Messe Frankfurt North America?
You’ve marked the date(s) on your calendar, pre-registered to attend, and booked your flight and hotel. You might be thinking, “I’m ready to go!” Not so fast. After investing your time and hard-earned money, don’t you want to be sure that you’re getting the most out of the trip? Of course you do. Lucky you, we’ve put together 5 handy tips to make sure you’re doing just that.
Follow the below 5 tips to ensure that you get the most out of your next trade show visit:
Get The Most Bang For Your Buck
Let’s face it: visiting a trade show can often be a pricey endeavor. Between the flights, hotels and registration fees, the expenses can add up quickly. However, a trade show can also be one of the best investments you can make for your business – there’s nothing quite like getting some face time with old and new business contacts and vendors alike. To get the most bang-for-your-buck, do a little research and find out if any other industry trade shows are taking place at the same time in the city (or even venue!) you’re visiting. Why not take advantage of other opportunities to connect with contacts in your industry while you’re already in town?
Pre-Planning Is Key
Do not give in to the urge of waiting until you arrive at your hotel, or even the show floor, to plan how you will spend your valuable time. A few weeks prior, take a look at the show’s website and take note of the show’s official hours, special events and seminar schedules. Then, start divvying up your time according to a simple formula: 30% for walking the show floor, 20% for education and planned special events and 10% for unexpected networking opportunities.
Also, don’t forget to Continue reading 5 Tips To Get The Most Out Of Your Next Trade Show Visit
Social Media has become an integral part of the trade show experience as of lately, especially as an exhibitor. Show attendees want to connect with exhibitors on a professional level. Whether this is your first time exhibiting or you consider yourself an exhibiting guru, these pointers can help you reach your target audience at your next show.
1. Make sure you are following the show on all of its social media outlets
2. Use the show hashtag when you Continue reading Top 10 Social Media Tips for Exhibitors