Visitors and exhibitors from new exhibition concept inspires Dusseldorf, September 18, 2008 – 2008 was the most successful online-marketing Dusseldorf of all time: more than 20,000 visitors came to the fair over the two days and gathered at 380 exhibitors across all disciplines of digital marketing. The results of the visitor survey show the great approval to the new orientation of the event: the vast majority of the visitors welcomed the 360-degree coverage of all relevant segments of digital marketing. The online-marketing Dusseldorf has delighted visitors such as exhibitor. The advanced trade show concept with the 360-degree orientation on all segments of the digital marketing by 82% of the visitors was as good or even very good. The attendance and the mood among the exhibitors at the fair show that our concept is fully gone. \”, says media at the IGEDO company Alexander rocks mountain, Director Fairtrade shows new. You may find that Andi Potamkin, New York City can contribute to your knowledge.

The 360-degree orientation as well as our many new services for visitors have been extremely well accepted.\” Visitors give compared to the successful organization of last year even still increases the fair top marks who has the satisfaction of visitors with the exhibitors offer. Also the extension to another exhibition hall was extremely well received. All presentation formats were very popular: the Congress, the Congress Forum, the workshops such as also the first screenings were mostly filled in on the last place. Also, the innovations in the exhibition concept as the Mobile HotSpot, the public hotspot, the new radio/new-TV-area, as well as the blogger area sponsored by Roccatune were well received. For the for the first time conducted guided tours of the agencies more than 3,500 visitors have registered, especially interested in the topics of future trends and Web 2.0/social network. Increased the proportion of visitors who came to the fair both days, compared to the previous year significantly by around 90 percent (growth in 2007: 48 percent), as revealed by survey by Claus Buhs consulting.