Trade Show Database Launches New Open Web Site. Great Tool for Anyone who Travels for Business. Now Free.

Share Article now offers a free site with over 11,000 detailed trade show and event listings. Users can search, build and save custom lists of events, sync them to Outlook, share them with colleagues, and much more. (EIA) announces it has opened its site to all users, providing business and marketing professionals with free access to the most extensive and current online database of trade shows, conferences and events in the U.S.

" is a content-rich site," says Mark Travers, president of the company, Events In America, LLC. "We offer extensive description, size and cost details on over 11,000 events in 14 major industry categories and 140+ sub-categories. And we provide contact information for hotels, airlines, convention centers, car rental agencies and other services as well as valuable tools for business users, sponsors and attendees."

The new site, located at, is a one-stop site for researching event content, locations, costs, attendance, event dates and numerous other specific event details. "We've eliminated the need for business professionals to perform time-wasting research through general search engines, or pore through big, heavy expensive books of events, or have to rely on aggregators that provide few if any valuable details," says Travers. " accelerates and simplifies the process, providing more information and reducing the time spent on events research from hours to seconds. It is unique. No other website serving the trade show industry provides as much detail or offers as many services. And it's free."

EIA's Functionality Puts Data to Work: has built-in tools to give functionality to its data, making it dynamic and actionable. Users can quickly build customized searches for trade shows, events, conferences and symposia which meet their criteria. They can Save their searches. They can add private notes to individual event records, add private events to their lists of saved searches, obtain daily RSS (really simple syndication) feeds of new events so they always have the up-to-the-minute data, view their saved searches in calendar form, export it to Outlook, and can email event lists to colleagues.

As an example, Company A has 6 different sales regions, each of which is managed by a Sales Director. Using, Company A's VP of Sales can execute a search by each region, save it by regional name and, within minutes, develop six unique event schedules individualized for each Sales Director, with private notes, event calendars and more.    

Company B's president is looking for new industries to sell her product. She can perform an industry search, cull her selections by city, state, size of trade show attendance, and other criteria, save it - then map out her travel schedule using the calendar function.

"No other online database of events offers the same depth or manipulation of information as," says Travers.

EIA's Prime Users:    
Who uses Entrepreneurs looking for new business opportunities, corporate sales and marketing executives, event planning firms, PR firms and ad agencies, plus those in the travel, trade show and tourism industries including hotel chains, airlines, car rental agencies, restaurants, credit card companies, exhibit booth designers, equipment rental firms, shipping providers and more.

Mark Travers says, "Anyone who travels for business and attends trade shows, conferences and events will find to be the best planning and research resource they've ever used, all for free."

Contact: Mark Travers, 314.646.1101, Events In America, LLC


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