Manage GIE+EXPO schedule with app

Updated Feb 19, 2013

Get the most out of GIE+EXPO 2012 with a new registration tool.

CompuSystems’ tools allow attendees to schedule and manage exhibitor appointments and set their agenda with real-time Personalized Dashboards. Through these dashboards, attendees can send appointment requests to exhibitors, manage their attendance in educational sessions, view and manage their show agenda and access exhibitors’ brochures.

A new Connect Me mobile smart phone app allows attendees to locate exhibitors that match their product interests before and during the Expo. They can also browse the entire exhibitor list, collect exhibitor electronic brochures and manage appointments. All data collected returns to the dashboard in real time.

With Buyer Connect attendees will be able to keep track of the exhibits they visit, download company information about those exhibitors, send individual e-mails to exhibitors’ contacts and follow up at their convenience. Buyer Connect will help exhibitors keep track of attendees who stopped by their booth, create show reports and send e-mails to leads.

Exhibitors also have access to Invite a Customer, the fast and easy way to create and launch e-mail campaigns alerting customers to the products and services that will be featured at their booths, as well as the customer events they are planning during GIE+EXPO.

Go to to register and learn about registration giveaways, show updates and events. An early-bird registration fee of $10 is being offered until September 9. After that, pre-registration will be $25. The onsite registration fee will be $50.

GIE+EXPO – the 9th largest tradeshow in America – is sponsored by the Outdoor Power Equipment Institute (OPEI), PLANET and PGMS. Hardscape North America, which is sponsored by ICPI and endorsed by the Brick Industry Association and National Concrete Masonry Association, will again co-locate at GIE+EXPO.

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