March 10-14, 2020
Las Vegas Convention Center
Las Vegas, Nevada
IFPE 2020 is less than a year away, but now is the time to start planning your show presence and letting your customers know you’ll be there. Here are some ways to get a start:
- Explore the exhibitor resources on IFPE.com. More will become available as the show draws nearer. Starting in summer, an exhibitor manual as well as other valuable planning and marketing resources will be available in your exhibitor dashboard to help you build your strongest show presence.
- Register for the IFPE 2020 Exhibitor Meeting, taking place August 20-21, 2019 at the Hyatt Regency O’Hare in Rosemont, Illinois. The meeting will offer insights into how to improve your show ROI, lead management, and marketing, as well as the chance to meet with official show vendors you can work with to put together your booth.
- Share this video on your social media channels and with your customers to help generate excitement about the show and your booth.
Questions about building your show presence at IFPE 2020? Contact Show Management at email@example.com.
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