Next, click the button often labeled as Connect or the Attendee List.
Once inside, you may* see several tabs to choose from. Each tab offers special features, here is what they mean:
Leads - Attendees who have visited or favorited you.
Attendees may search for exhibitors based on a number of factors such as product offerings, geographic location, and keywords that they have indicated as relevant to them.
Please ensure that you have updated your online profile with complete information, so as to provide attendees with richer, searchable content within your online profile and increase your likelihood of being favorited.
Search- Find attendees by keyword or filter by category, country and state then, Connect.
Recommendations - Suggested attendees based on preferences, categories and demographics.
When selecting keywords to search by, remember that the key words are pulling from the attendee profile that they have personally created. Be sure to enter word(s) that an attendee may include. Some examples may include their job title, job description, interests or geographic location. If you do not see results for a specific keyword, refine your search by identifying main concepts important to you. Then, build upon those words so they may return your targeted results.
Some events offer filters or categories to narrow down search results. These would be located underneath the keyword search field. For example, often events may include a filter for Country and State. If they do and you see it on the page, click the plus sign next to United States and the full list of States will be available in a drop down menu format.
Be sure to click search at the bottom of the page for your selections to provide results.
To create an appointment with an Attendee, click here.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: How can I suggest Search filters to a show or event?
A: Contact the event management team directly.
Q: What are the plus signs (+) next to filters?
A: The plus sign symbols are indicators you may click on to open up a drop down of selections within that section. In the example below, you can see once the plus symbol is clicked, a listing of states within the Country, Unites States is now available.
*Disclaimer: Please be advised that not all content and functionality above may be available as it is up to the event to decide what pages, fields and features they wish to utilize. If you would like some of these features for next year's event, contact the event directly to request them.