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Get the tradeshow experience without leaving your chair

Almost every industry in the United States has been put on hold due to the recent health crisis, and the trade show circuit has been no exception. In these uncertain times, Connected Real Estate Magazine recognizes how important it is to stay connected, and will be launching a virtual trade show event on April 22 and 23, 2020.

The Connected Real Estate Virtual Event will provide attendees with nearly everything they would have had and accomplished at the postponed IWCE show in Las Vegas. They can show their products in a virtual booth, describe their services, hand out materials, speak with interested parties and even speak on a panel—all from the comfort of their office or home.

“We felt that as a company we could either sit still and complain about our events being pushed out until fall or we could take the initiative and help companies that want to stay relevant and move forward. We chose to take action and do a virtual event which we think is the next best thing. The cost is modest but the impact will be vital in helping to keep our clients stay in front of real estate leaders. Personally, I refuse to give up and do nothing” stated Rich Berliner CEO of Fifth Gen Media.

We inadvertently asserted in our recent email that we would be marketing this virtual trade show to the IWCE attendee list. This will not be an option. While we do NOT have the IWCE attendee list, we will be actively marketing to attract attendees from all areas of the industry. In addition, attendees will be from several different industries, including commercial real estate, wireless, public safety and more. Discussion topics on the panels will include public safety, private LTE, Internet of Things, smart buildings and Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS).

How the virtual event will work

The Connected Real Estate virtual event is an online platform where people can meet each other and share valuable information. Attendees will be able to log on into the virtual show between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. EST on April 22 and April 23. Project managers will be available to help companies create their own virtual booths. Once logged on, attendees can click on exhibitors’ booths for more information, attend panels and find scavenger hunt items to win prizes.

Why you should attend the Connected Real Estate Virtual Event

This virtual event is an inexpensive and effective way for companies to keep their marketing plans going at a time when most in-person events are shut down. With virtual booths and panels, attendees will have the same opportunities to network and promote their products as if they were at physical show. Additionally, attendees can share content in multiple forms—videos, photos, coupons or presentations. All content shared at the virtual event can be saved and downloaded for future reference and use.

“In times like these, we will see even greater recognition of the importance of connectivity in every facet of our lives,” Berliner said. “I am convinced that companies that stay the course and continue to promote their messaging and thought leadership will emerge as the stronger and more powerful competitors. Don’t shut down your marketing while we are all working from home—remember, your potential customers are home too.”

To book your spot at the Connected Real Estate Virtual Event, request a demo or inquire about pricing, please contact Rich Berliner (908-472-4700, richb@fifthgenmedia.com) or Aaron Friedman (973-518-0743, aaronf@fifthgenmedia.com).

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