IAAPA Virtual Expo: Asia conference closes

IAAPA hosted its first virtual expo last week, with the aim of digitally connecting global attractions industry professionals.

Taking place from 28-30 July live daily, IAAPA Virtual Expo: Asia offered attractions owners, operators, and buyers the opportunity to explore a virtual trade show floor, learn from education sessions and on-demand content, and make new contacts in virtual networking areas and lounges, all from their homes or offices.

The live portion of IAAPA Virtual Expo: Asia wrapped Thursday, July 30 with preliminary figures of 3,120 registered attendees, 1,950 unique attendee logins, 838 registered exhibitor personnel and 131 total exhibiting companies. 

On the virtual trade show floor, exhibitors from around the world had the chance to engage with attractions professionals, presenting their latest innovations and gaining exposure to their brands.

June Ko, executive director and vice president, IAAPA Asia Pacific, said: “IAAPA Virtual Expo: Asia is a new, innovative way for IAAPA to provide a unique experience for global attractions industry professionals to learn, buy, and connect.

The live portion of IAAPA Virtual Expo: Asia wrapped Thursday, July 30 with preliminary figures of 3,120 registered attendees, 1,950 unique attendee logins, 838 registered exhibitor personnel and 131 total exhibiting companies. 

Registered attendees can access on-demand content until 8 August, 5 am China Standard Time (7 August, 11 pm Central European Summer Time), and continue to connect with exhibitors for follow-up conversations and meetings.

Executive director and vice president, IAAPA Asia Pacific, said: “IAAPA Virtual Expo: Asia is a new, innovative way for IAAPA to provide a unique experience for global attractions industry professionals to learn, buy, and connect.

The live portion of IAAPA Virtual Expo: Asia wrapped Thursday, July 30 with preliminary figures of 3,120 registered attendees, 1,950 unique attendee logins, 838 registered exhibitor personnel and 131 total exhibiting companies. 

Registered attendees can access on-demand content until 8 August, 5 am China Standard Time (7 August, 11 pm Central European Summer Time), and continue to connect with exhibitors for follow-up conversations and meetings.

The live portion of IAAPA Virtual Expo: Asia wrapped Thursday, July 30 with preliminary figures of 3,120 registered attendees, 1,950 unique attendee logins, 838 registered exhibitor personnel and 131 total exhibiting companies. 

Registered attendees can access on-demand content until 8 August, 5 am China Standard Time (7 August, 11 pm Central European Summer Time), and continue to connect with exhibitors for follow-up conversations and meetings.

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