The PLASA Events Team has launched a brand new website for PLASA Show 2015, which takes place at London’s ExCeL from 4 - 6 October.
Following a redesign of the PLASA Show branding with an updated look and a new focus to the event, the new website has been developed to provide enhanced features and easier navigation, helping show visitors to find information more quickly and efficiently.
“We have undertaken extensive research to find out what our audience wants,” explained Rosie Geyman, senior marketing manager at PLASA Events. “The result is a host of exciting new developments for this year’s show that will give it that added edge.”
The website reflects this, highlighting the many new initiatives for the 2015 event, which reassert the PLASA Show’s position as ‘one of the most important exhibitions for the fast-moving and innovative entertainment technology industry’.
As well as visitor registration (attendance is free for all registrations completed before August 1st), a downloadable show floor plan and FAQs, a news feed keeps both visitors and exhibitors up to date with the latest developments from the industry and the show itself.
Other highlights include Focused Hubs to aid visitor navigation, with five sector-specific zones on the show floor for Lighting, Audio, Stage, AV and Live Broadcast;five sector specific seminar stages will host over 150 speakers throughout the show, giving case studies, examples and technical advice on Lighting, AV, Audio, Broadcast and Staging; Sector Specific Demo areas, where the latest products and new innovations from exhibitors will be the subject of hands-on sessions by the industry leaders and later opening hours on Monday 5th October (to 8pm), the return of the show bar and focused zones will encourage peer-to-peer networking.
“Our seminar sessions are always a real draw, but the addition of this year’s focused zones and demo areas will significantly increase the benefits to our 11,000 plus attendees, who will also be able to discover ground-breaking products from over 300 brands on the show floor,” conluded Geyman Rosie. “PLASA is changing. If you’re not already part of it, now is the time to get involved.”