IFPE Fluid Power Hour
March 11, 2020, 4-6pm
2nd Floor, South Hall, Las Vegas Convention Center
Las Vegas, Nevada
For the first time ever, IFPE is hosting a networking reception for executives and engineers spanning the entire IFPE show floor. Taking place Wednesday, March 11 from 4 – 6 pm, this event will feature networking, free food, drinks, and Vegas-style entertainment. Here are some tips to make the most of the event:
- Extend Your Booth Hours: This event goes until 6 pm, one hour beyond normal show hours. Because Show Management is anticipating 5,000 people in attendance, particularly engineers and executive decision-makers, you’ll want to make a point of keeping your booth open during this time to make valuable connections and show off your products and services.
- Bring Products for Industrial Applications: In addition to mobile applications, show attendees have also expressed interest in learning more about industrial products and solutions at the show. Make sure your booth is a crowd pleaser by putting your industrial offerings on display.
- Spread the Word: Invite your prospects and customers! While separate admission tickets are NOT required to attend this event, as an exhibitor, you can download free, eye-catching promotional tickets to send to your customers and prospects from your IFPE Exhibitor Dashboard.
Many thanks to Bosch Rexroth, Comer Industries, DANA, Danfoss, Eaton, Nachi, HAWE Hydraulik, Poclain Hydraulics, and Sun Hydraulics for sponsoring the event.
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