WHAT IS THE DALLAS/FORT WORTH INDUSTRIAL & TOOL SHOW?
A two day showcase of industrial products and services that supply this rapidly expanding industrial region.
WHO EXHIBITS IN AN INDUSTRIAL SHOW?
Anyone who sells a product or service to industry or business should exhibit.
WHAT ADVANTAGES ARE OFFERED TO THE INDUSTRIAL SHOW EXHIBITOR?
Exhibitors can make as many contacts in two days as in six months of sales calls. Most important, the customer is coming to see YOU. You have undivided attention for face to face dialogue. The attendee is there to see YOUR products. The RIGHT business people in the RIGHT business climate. For a partial list of attending companies Anyone who sells a product or service to industry or business should exhibit.
HOW DOES AN INDUSTRIAL SHOW DIFFER FROM THE AVERAGE TRADE SHOW?
A typical trade show is of a vertical structure, where only on e industry is represented and all product lines are somewhat competitive. Our diversified industrial show will attract business people with whom your company would not ordinarily come into contact. The large array of products attract potential buyers from all phases of industry who may have come to the show to see unrelated products and "discover" your product or service while at the show.
WHY ARE REGIONAL INDUSTRIAL SHOWS SO SUCCESSFUL?
A diversified industrial show provides a setting for some 5,000 to 6,000 products. A show of such magnitude give the attendee - the potential purchaser - the necessary incentive to attend such an all encompassing display. In essence, the regional industrial show doesn't collectively what no one company could do individually by eliminating heavy costs associated with producing one's own show. Here your basic cost is your booth and manpower. EXPO works directly with exhibiting companies in a combined effort to promote the show.