How to Get More out of Intergeo - 06/07/2018

The northern hemisphere may be in a state of collective holiday mood as summer is now in full swing, but for geomatics professionals it is wise to start looking ahead to the autumn already. From 16-18 October, Intergeo will take place in Frankfurt, Germany. During these three days, Europe’s financial centre will also be the epicentre of the mapping and surveying world. If your company is exhibiting at Intergeo, why not team up with GIM International to get the most out of this leading geospatial trade show? We can help you to grow your business in a multitude of ways. For example, we can develop and schedule a campaign that puts your products in the spotlight, building extra awareness before and during Intergeo. Through our various channels and marketing solutions, we can support your company’s presence by creating the right buzz just before you head to Frankfurt. That extra exposure will attract more people to your booth – and hopefully lead to some valuable business... You can depend on our team of advisors who have proved themselves to be key marketing partners for many prominent companies in our wonderful industry.

Want to learn more? Contact our marketing advisors:
Thomas Stuiver (Europe, Middle East, Africa) - [email protected]
Sybout Wijma (Rest of the world) - [email protected]

Besides the exhibition comprising several halls filled with a staggering number of booths in all shapes and sizes where companies present their latest innovations, Intergeo also encompasses a conference programme. I am proud to announce that GIM International will be organising one of the conference sessions. Rest assured that this will be a must-attend event, with keynote speakers such as Christoph Strecha, CEO and founder of Pix4D, who will deliver a talk on ‘The impact of AI and machine learning on geospatial data’, and Gerd Hesina, CEO of the renowned VRVis Zentrum für Virtual Reality und Visualisierung, who will take to the floor with a contribution on ‘Interacting with Big Geospatial Data’. Make sure you block Thursday 18 October from 11:00-12:30 in your diary!

Last updated: 16/07/2018