- March 14, 2019
At this year's show, which runs from 1 to 5 April, visitors will for the first time be handed little Bluetooth tags along with their badges as they pass through the entry gates. The tags support anonymous analysis of visitor flows on the exhibition grounds and at individual stands. This kind of analysis is particularly useful for companies operating large or medium-size showcases
March 14, 2019 - Which were the biggest attractions at the show generally and at my stand in particular? Which product showcase elicited the best response from visitors? Which presentation attracted the greatest audience attention? What percentage of the visitors at my stand were actually decision-makers? Which countries did most of my visitors come from? HANNOVER MESSE exhibitors will from now on be able to get answers to these questions. At this year's show, which runs from 1 to 5 April, visitors will for the first time be handed little Bluetooth tags along with their badges as they pass through the entry gates. The tags support anonymous analysis of visitor flows on the exhibition grounds and at individual stands. This kind of analysis is particularly useful for companies operating large or medium-size showcases, because as well as tracking how long visitors spend at their showcases as a whole, they will be able to analyze the performance of individual sections of their showcases. The insights gleaned can then inform post-show visitor follow-up activities and the selection of subject matter and design elements for future showcases.
Accessing this digital service is easy. Exhibitors can order it along with the other services available in the HANNOVER MESSE online shop. The technology itself is provided by WAYTATION, a Vienna-based startup. For visitors, the service is free of charge and optional.
Sweden is the official Partner Country of HANNOVER MESSE 2019 and will be using its Partner Country showcase to profile itself as a forward-thinking business location at the forefront of co-creation, innovation and digital transformation of industry. Sweden's main objectives with its showcase are to foster networking, trade and investment with partners from all around the world. The central hub of the Partner Country showcase is the "Sweden Co-Lab Pavilion" , in Hall 27. The Partner Country showcase and displays by independent Swedish exhibitors are complemented by HANNOVER MESSE's supporting program, which includes the Swedish Business Summit and various forums and networking events dedicated to Sweden's innovative capacity and business opportunities.
HANNOVER MESSE 2019 is expected to feature some 6,500 exhibitors from 75 countries. About two thirds of these exhibitors will be from outside Germany.Learn More
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