Canadian Wireless Trade Show 2012 Offers Prime Sponsorship Opportunities for Businesses

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The Canadian Wireless Trade Show to be held in September will offer sponsors plenty of opportunities to deliver increased awareness, brand enhancement and increased showcasing of products and service that have the potential to increase sales.

Canadian Wireless Trade Show

Canadian Wireless Trade Show

Each year the show surpasses our wildest expectations.

Canadian Wireless Trade Show 2012 has unique sponsorship opportunities for businesses. The advantages of a business signing up as a sponsor are numerous, the first being that it gives organizations an outstanding return on investment.

The Canadian Wireless Trade Show 2012 is going to be held this year at the Direct Energy Centre in Toronto, Canada, on September 12th and 13th. The Centre is Canada's largest exhibition and convention centre. With over 1 million square feet of flexible convention space, there is more than ample space for the more than 250 exhibitors that will be setting up their booths to showcase their products and services.

The Canadian Wireless Trade Show was initially founded in 2010. It has quickly grown to be the wireless industry's leading source for networking events. According to Jay Gawri, CEO of Canadian Wireless Trade Show, "Each year the show surpasses our wildest expectations. Feedback received from the various groups in the wireless telecommunications industry has been overwhelmingly positive as to the format of the show."

The question may arise from organizations as to why they should become a sponsor. Each level of sponsorship has been designed to:

  • Heighten an organization's visibility - Provide opportunities to increase communication with customers - Assist with target audience networking - Help businesses generate new business and on site trade show sales.

The top levels can be broken down as follows: the ultimate exposure is gained with the Gold sponsorship level. Some of the features of the Gold Sponsorship are:

  • A 30' by 50' WIFI lounge featured at the center of the trade show floor - Full-page ad in the Magazine to be distributed to all attendees - A large 20' x 5' hanging banner located above the lounge - Prominent branding on entrance unit leading into the exhibit hall - and much more.

The second level (Silver) and the third level (Bronze) have unfortunately been sold out.

There are also additional sponsor packages for those wanting to participate. For example, the top two of the sublevels are the Official Trade Show Bag Sponsor (company logo in one colour on all attendee bags given out at registration, company logo and link on the website as a featured sponsor, and company logo featured on the shows "thank you sponsor" signage) and the Lanyard Sponsor (company logo imprinted on lanyards that will be given out to all attendees, company logo and link displayed on the website as a featured sponsor, as well as the sponsor's company logo being featured on the shows "thank you sponsor" signage). The levels are divided into a wide range of price levels to fit most any budget.

For those sponsors that are also going to be an exhibitor, there are additional benefits that will provide even more visibility to an organization. The Canadian Wireless Trade Show is the perfect setting for key players from around the wireless and telecommunications industry to network, gain new clientele, leverage the time to train staff in upcoming technologies, increase sales for manufacturers, increase B2B customers, and hold live examples and demonstrations at their individual booths.

About Canadian Wireless Trade Show: We are the Canadian wireless industry's leading source for networking events offering Exhibitors exclusive access to thousands of customers, industry leaders and decision makers, plus insights into cutting-edge technologies in wireless. If you would like more information about our company, you can contact us at 905-494-0842 or email us at info(at)canadianwirelesstradeshow(dot)com.

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