All delegates, sponsors and exhibitors can connect with each other and make appointments to meet. It’s useful for meeting other businesses/organisations and those interested in supplying you with products/services.
You can even arrange meetings before the congress and exhibition starts.
At the end of an event, most exhibitors say that there were people who attended the event that they really wanted to speak to, but who did not visit them at their stand.
Use this one-to-one meeting system to add value to your attendance and networking by being proactive and planning ahead.
What is it?
The meeting system is a website. The website link is in your registration confirmation letter. The letter also contains your unique personal access code for the system. If you can not find your access code email email@example.com.
How can I ask someone to a meeting?
On the meeting website, put in your personal access code to see the current list of participants who have opted in. You can filter that list using various areas of interest.
Select who you want to meet, check their schedule, then send them a meeting request. They can then accept or decline your request.
How will I know if someone wants a meeting with me?
The meeting website will send you an email telling you who has asked to meet you, and when. From your meeting schedule, you can accept or decline the invitation or send them a message.
What about organising a group meeting?
The system is designed for quality one-to-one meetings and as such if you would like to organise a group meeting each individual needs to be approached separately.
Is the meeting system private, secure and free of spam?
Absolutely. When you message someone or request/accept/decline a meeting, that person is emailed by the website. Your personal email is not used to send anything, nor is it ever divulged.
Similarly, you can’t see any contact details of other participants — you need to exchange contact details with other people yourself.
And because the meeting website emails you, there is no spam, nor can anyone attach anything to their emails.