INTERMOT launches a special
For the first time at INTERMOT 2014, a Trade Visitor Day, a preview day exclusively forthe trade and motorcycle industry, will take place on the Wednesday, October 1, 2014, the day after the Tuesday Press Day.
Designed to place the focus on the trade visitor, the day will offer exhibitors and visitors the unique opportunity to completely concentrate on contact making and trade business discussions for one full day.
The trade visitor day is reserved exclusively for trade visitors, importers and premium visitors.
|INTERMOT Project Manager, Ingo Riedeberger|
"It enables exhibitors and visitors to precisely plan activities and deploy staff effectively during the fair", says INTERMOT Project Manager Ingo Riedeberger. "It also provides a platform for more in-depth exchange with other visiting experts as well as the opportunity to fully concentrate on business with no outside event programme on that day".
Being branded as the International Motorcycle, Scooter and E-Bike fair, INTERMOT is promising further enhancements to its dealer/trade Business-to-Business (B2B) facilities and services with an expanded “business district” and exclusive invitational programme for international importers/distributors.
The exhibitor prospectus for next year's INTERMOT expo in Germany (October 1st - 5th) was released four weeks ago. Many of the major vehicle manufacturers as well as producers of components and clothing have already confirmed their registration for INTERMOT 2014, Riedeberger says.
INTERMOT 2012 attracted over 203,000 visitors from 117 countries. Those visitors were able to see 1,022 companies (from 37 countries) presenting 1,437 brands. Visitors were able to select from more than 200 events, and took some 18,000 test rides. According to Riedeberger "Research suggests that 76 percent of INTERMOT’s trade visitors said that they had “achieved the objectives of their visit”, with 82 percent of visiting consumers equally satisfied with their exhibition experience".
The expo programme for 2014 promises an even higher investment in consumer attractions such as races, test-tracks and stunt shows, with speciality indoor exhibition zones highlighting motorcycle sport, customising and touring.
Full exhibitor, visitor and schedule details (plus newsletter sign-up) are available at: