To become an exhibitor, you must be a Francophone entrepreneur or business owner located in Greater Vancouver area and be a member of the CCF Vancouver. Exhibiting at BONJOUR BUSINESS gives you a great opportunity to boost your business visibility, gain a lot of new leads and contacts, and increase your revenue, during and after the event.
Book your exhibitor booth now and get a discount on your annual membership!
Your booth reservation includes:
• A table (8 ft/ 2,5m) and tablecloth
• A packed lunch
• Resources and tips to optimise your participation and make the most of it
• The promotion of your business on the CCF Vancouver’s communication channels, including on bonjourbusiness.ca
• Templates for you to use on your own promotion channels
Take part in this first and one-of-a-kind event in Vancouver, that invites the public to discover the local Francophone entrepreneurs, and to explore the variety, creativity and diversity of their products and services – all in one place at one time.
INCREASE YOUR REPUTATION
Be visible to thousands of potential customers, assert your presence in the market, showcase your value proposition. Each attendee will tell at least 6 people about their experience at the event.
EXPAND YOUR CUSTOMER BASE
92% of attendees visit a trade show to learn about new and exciting products and services: gain a lot of French- AND English-speaking contacts, while saving on heavy prospecting costs.
Boost YOUR SALES
71% of SMEs have gained business through face-to-face networking at a trade show. Near half of trade show attendees plan to buy at least one of the products or services on display, and 75% are more likely to buy a product later after seeing it at a trade show.
GAIN MARKET INSIGHTS
Carry out market research at a lower cost and gather new ideas observing the latest trends in your industry.
Expand your professional network, find new partnership opportunities. 77% of B2B attendees found at least one new supplier at the last show they attended.
75% of consumers are more likely to buy a product later after seeing it at a trade show