ICE WILL OFFER YOU COUNTLESS OPPORTUNITIES TO SHOWCASE YOUR PRODUCTS AND SERVICES TO THE MOST INFLUENTIAL DECISION-MAKERS IN MEDICAL IMAGING TODAY.
You’ll be able to visit face-to-face with current customers and meet prospective ones. And, of course, ICE provides the perfect venue to launch new products and gain real visibility.
ICE provides a unique, intimate show environment, perfect for interaction with attendees to spend valuable quality time.
ICE attendees are known for visiting the exhibit hall with enthusiasm and a purpose; to learn more about the latest technology, network with existing vendors, and make new contacts for future business.
7 Reasons to Exhibit at ICE
Network with key decision makers and influential buyers, including over 400 Imaging Directors and Engineers, with a combined purchasing power of over $800 million in annual spend!
Build brand awareness within ICE’s unique community; Exhibiting at ICE is a powerful way to tell our industry that your company is serious, reliable, and large enough to afford its own presence at leading events and conferences.
Launch New Products
Launch new products and highlight your existing services; ICE attendees tend to be motivated, interested in the products or services your company offers, and often ready to commit to a deal on the spot.
ICE is the ideal venue for making a good first impression, but it is also a convenient way to touch base with existing clients or business partners who are in attendance. A booth visit, lunch or dinner can help build upon existing business relationships to ensure repeat customers.
Generate new leads and strengthen your existing relationships; With the right strategy, ICE is an opportunity to drastically expand your company’s customer base.
Network with over 400 imaging directors and service engineers; There is no where else where you can command this kind of audience, under one roof, all at one time.
Obtain Customer Feedback
ICE offers the perfect opportunity to query attendees on countless topics. Could your marketing team use some customer input for a new product in development? Are salespeople wondering what customers think of your company’s recent product upgrade or how they rank its customer-service skills? How do we compare to the competition?