As the name suggests, bus expos are large events for exhibiting the latest buses and related products/services. Bus expos are held globally. They feature exhibitors representing all links of the supply chain. Bus Expos are the ultimate premier showcase events for the bus industry. The free-to-attend shows usually last for a few days (usually 3 days). They offer all stakeholders, including attendees the opportunity to see the latest buses, service and product innovations, meet all industry stakeholders, etc. Whether you are a bus operator, industry stakeholder, supplier or simply a bus enthusiast, bus expos have everything for everyone. They are however the most important calendar events for bus manufacturers and operators. They also offer opportunities for allied/related industries, i.e. service and marketing industries and much more.
The expos feature many exhibitors. Some of the main exhibitors include; bus dealers, bus importers and manufacturers, bus converters, workshop equipment parts/accessory dealers, bus repair services companies, legal and financial services companies, i.e. bus financing and insurance companies, passenger information systems companies, fleet management companies and audio/visual equipment companies just to mention a few exhibitors.
There are very many reasons why you should exhibit in an expo if you belong to any of the above industries or other related industries. The expos attract tens of thousands of bus industry professionals. The expos also attract professionals from other related industries as well as potential customers. As a result, exhibiting offers a perfect platform for networking and attracting new customers/expanding markets. Exhibitors also have the opportunity to interact with key decision makers in the industry, which is great for future planning. The expos are simply international trade shows for buses which simply means they attract all the benefits trade shows attract for exhibitors.
Successful businesses must constantly strive for development, effectiveness and efficiency to maintain competitive advantage. By going to an expo as an industry player, you discover ways of moving your business forward. Transport companies need better buses and supporting technologies to improve their services as well as make more profits. Bus manufacturers need insights from their customers to make even better buses. Bus industry professionals need to network to move the industry forward. Commuters need to compare different buses and supporting technologies i.e. safety to be able to make more informed decisions when choosing which bus companies to use. In a nutshell, every bus industry player should strive to attend every single bus expo because there is a lot to gain from the experience.