TRB has initiated sales of virtual booths as part of the virtual exhibit at its TRB 2021 Annual Meeting in January.
Booths in the virtual exhibit hall will cost $1,900 or half the cost of the 2021 in-person rate, which was $3,800 for a 10 x 10 square foot booth.
A 2021 virtual booth will come with two full meeting registrations, the ability to register an unlimited number of staff to monitor for and engage with booth visitors, bonus priority points to potentially enhance the order by which your organization will be called upon to select its booth for TRB’s 2022 Annual Meeting, and more.
As a virtual exhibitor, you will be able to customize a standard booth template to match your organization’s branding goals and provide visitors with the opportunity to learn more about your goods and services through downloadable brochures and videos. You’ll also be able to immediately engage visitors as they enter your booth through text chat, audio conversations, or real-time one-on-one video dialogues. Exhibitors will also receive an analytics report that will include information on total traffic, downloads, and video views. The report will also provide a transcript of all chats that take place in the booth as well as the full contact information of anyone that leaves a “business card.”
TRB’s 2021 Virtual Annual Meeting Exhibitor Prospectus includes a full list of transition incentives, as well as information on how the virtual exhibit hall will be structured and a full list of the functionalities you will be able to take advantage of as virtual exhibitor. This document also contains information on exhibit hall hours and highlights some of the value your organization can expect to receive by virtually exhibiting at TRB’s 2021 Annual Meeting.
The Transportation Research Board (TRB) 100th Annual Meeting will be held virtually during January 2021.
2021 Event Dates
Committee Meetings: January 5–8 and 11–15
Sessions: January 21–22 and 25–29
Exhibits: January 21–22 and 25–29
The meeting program will cover all transportation modes, addressing topics of interest to policy makers, administrators, practitioners, researchers, and representatives of government, industry, and academic institutions. A number of sessions and workshops will focus on the spotlight theme for the 2021 meeting: Launching a New Century of Mobility and Quality of Life. COVID-19 Sessions: This year’s meeting also will feature dozens of sessions on how COVID-19 has impacted transportation and how transportation professionals and researchers are responding.
This Summary Last Modified On: 9/28/2020