Eighty-seven IABM member companies exhibiting at BVE 2017 will be able to take advantage of a wide range of IABM support services at the show. These range from a member lounge, floorspace discounts and a pavilion to curated theatre presentations, IABM TV video support and access to expert market intelligence in person.
The IABM pavilion is hosting ten member companies this year who have taken advantage of ‘pods’ integrated into the IABM stand. The pavilion exhibitors are APERI, BroadStream Solutions, CUBA Broadcast, Limelight Networks, Omnitek, Osprey Video, FT Software, TAG Video Systems and Veset.
IABM TV will be interviewing delegates and filming debates on hot topics at the show, providing valuable in and post-show marketing collateral and visibility for IABM members at BVE.
IABM members who sign up to exhibit at next year’s BVE will receive up to ten per cent discount on floorspace if they book during this year’s show (reduces to 5 per cent after the show closes).
Members are also encouraged to come and speak to research analyst Lorenzo Zanni, and CEO Peter White during the show, to discuss all the latest IABM market intelligence including the newly published Industry Trends Survey, which points to an upturn in business confidence despite a continuing squeeze on margins, and also a continuation of the trend away from hardware to more profitable software solutions.
IABM will be hosting and chairing the second day of the Post and Workflow Theatre with a wide-ranging programme to help attendees work smarter and make wise choices when planning their next project.
Chaired by IABM’s John Ive (pictured), the presentations and panel sessions provide a practical guide and latest thinking in production and workflow.
“Our strategic partnership with BVE points to its importance in the UK broadcast and media technology calendar,” said Lisa Collins, IABM head of marketing.
“IABM continues to grow the range of services it offers members at such shows, giving them the tools, support and facilities to enable them to get on with making the very most of the opportunity.”