Categorized | Industry News, PCIM

Tweet

Posted on 23 July 2019

PCIM Europe 2014 Analysis: Satisfied visitors with significant decision-making authority

 

The analysis of the PCIM Europe 2014 has confirmed the high quality of the event with satisfied exhibitors and trade visitors. On the three days of the exhibition, a total of 8,006 trade visitors (40% international) took the opportunity to inform themselves about power electronics. Thanks to the exhibitor variety and the huge topic diversity, 95% of all visitors were able to fulfil their personal task for the exhibition. Main reasons to visit PCIM Europe were to get a general market overview, track down new products and trends and to maintain existing business contacts. 90% of all visitors plan to come back for PCIM Europe 2015, whereas 99% of all visitors would recommend visiting PCIM Europe.

Exhibitors meet their target groups

A clear focus of the event is reflected by the widespread satisfaction expressed by the exhibitors. 80% of exhibitors rated the quality of visitors as good to very good. Furthermore, 90% of exhibitors appreciated the number of valuable contacts and rated them as good to very good. 60 % of visitors were mainly experts coming from the following functional fields: employees in senior management positions, managing directors or development engineers.

Conference offering a valuable transfer of knowledge

The accompanying PCIM Europe Conference is regarded as the leading knowledge forum of the power electronics industry. With 225 presentations the conference created positive synergies for 710 attendees from 36 countries. The proportion of international conference participants were 57%.

PCIM Europe 2015 will take place from 19 – 21 May 2019 in Nuremberg, Germany. All important information is available at www.pcim-europe.com

 

VN:F [1.9.17_1161]
Rating: 0.0/6 (0 votes cast)

This post was written by:

- who has written 113 posts on PowerGuru - Power Electronics Information Portal.


Contact the author

Leave a Response

You must be logged in to post a comment.