Virtual trade fairs in Internet environment
Online Expo Polska has begun operating in 2008 by implementing sectorial fairs virtual organization offer in the Internet community. They offer a broad range of services which contribute to creation of a coherent, virtual business background for any company. Virtual Fairs gather the offers of many exhibitioners in one place which gives the opportunity for comparing a large number of suggested products and services. They possess latest industry information, and during their time, there is an opportunity to contact directly with the Clients. The accompanying products are: CRM and B2B services, Announcements system and Knowledge Base for companies. All those functions operate on the basis of latest and user-friendly IT solutions, which are tailored to the Clients’ needs. B2B creates an innovatory electronic channel of business cooperation between companies, which enables cooperation on the following lines: entrepreneurs, distributors, service providers and other entities participating in commercial exchange. The target group also covers such service enterprises from sectors which offer their services to mass Clients, such as: tourism, education or medical services. Modern interfaces give the opportunity for accurate browsing of company’s position and its products and descriptions with pictures, presentations and videos are exposed in a readable and functional manner. Each exhibitor is capable of creating their own, personalized and attractive exhibition.
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