Martin Audio’s first ever Virtual tradeshow takes place on Wednesday May 20th, with registration slots throughout the day filling up fast.
With much of 2020’s global tradeshow calendar all but wiped out, there are very few chances in the near future to get together and highlight the new and noteworthy additions to the international pro audio industry’s arsenal. To help to tackle this, Martin Audio has decided to take matters into its own hands and host a dedicated virtual tradeshow, helping the industry understand more about its portfolio and recent new additions.
Much like Martin Audio’s famed Open Days, the virtual tradeshow will offer an overview of the portfolio suitable for end users, distributors, rental companies and integrators. The event will be webinar-based across three time slots on Wednesday May 20th to ensure that people in different time zones can come together for the show. Each session will last for 90 minutes with the first starting at 7.30am BST, followed by a second at 10.00am BST and a final session beginning at 5.00pm BST.
“We’ve been delighted with the response so far,” says Dom Harter, Managing Director at Martin Audio. “With over 500 registrants to date this is fast becoming an excellent opportunity for us to guide people through our portfolio and to help attendees find the right product for different applications and budgets.”
As with all tradeshows, the timing of the event is aimed at ensuring that people who can attend will be able to find real solutions for potential projects.
“We see May as a time when more countries will start to be rebuilding their economy and when projects within pro audio will once again be discussed and so its opportune to provide this showcase,” reasons Harter. “Equally, we have already announced many new products this year and May is a time when much of the production on these will commence. We’re looking forward to talking to as many people as possible, albeit virtually, and discussing how Martin Audio’s products can meet the challenges and opportunities in this testing time for people all over the world.”