Virtual Conference and Online Education
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If you sell products and services for the historic preservation, restoration, renovation and traditionally inspired new construction markets, you’ll want to participate in the Traditional Building Virtual Conference November 9-13, 2020. As a Sponsor of the Traditional Building Virtual Conference, you will connect with architects, restoration/renovation contractors, custom builders, general contractors, interior designers, building owners, and facilities managers.
Current sponsors include the leading manufacturers and service providers who sell the $170 billion traditional building market. The Traditional Building Virtual Conference creates meaningful conversations with your clients and prospects. You'll meet buyers and specifiers you would not normally have access to.
Ask Our Current Sponsors…
“If you want to be in front of architects, designers and builders this is an excellent investment. Every vendor on the planet wants the attention of these buyers and specifiers. This is a great way to be one of the select few vendors who gets that attention.” – Brian Stowell, President of Crown Point Cabinetry
Who You'll Meet:
The Traditional Building Virtual Conference:
Expand your reach, not your costs.
- Direct attendee interaction, with chat functions and in-exhibit marketing.
- Data & lead capture, including attendee activity and contact information.
- Reach more attendees in shorter timespan, with no space or timing conflicts.
- Guaranteed visibility through direct notifications and branding.
- Cost savings on shipping, delivery and drayage fees; company travel, lodging and staffing.
- Mobile Phone capability increases attendee engagement.
Sponsor Benefits Include:
Sponsors will receive all sales leads from this event and one free eCast to Traditional Building and Period Homes email lists.
Sponsors can customize virtual signage which can be displayed continuously throughout the conference or on a rotating carousel of ten second intervals every three minutes.
Be in two places at once. The virtual format allows one representative to engage with multiple users simultaneously—or for more casual discussion, a group chat is an option.
Use real-time data feedback on attendee activity to tailor your content over the course of the conference. Virtual promotional materials can be easily altered to match lecture themes and topics or attendee engagement.
The Sponsor Booth
The focal point of sponsor presence will be the virtual exhibit booth. Sponsors now have immediate access to their entire library of promotional content (video, virtual factory tours, installation demos) instead of just what can be shipped.
The virtual booth is a place where sponsors can display their entire online presence in one place—all social media accounts, video content, product highlights, surveys and other downloadable extras are options.
The layout of the virtual booth allows for prominent displays of featurettes and product ads with the integrated live chat window. Quick access to online and downloadable extras allows attendees to engage with sponsors at multiple levels.
Here is what attendees say about the Traditional Building Conference Series:
“The variety of technical vs. artistic talent was great!… I really liked the new format, had better connections with the vendors and got to know fellow attendees and presenters”
“Excellent speakers, informative, engrossing topics for a room full of architects.”
“Engaging as well as ‘Big Picture’”
“One of the very best seminar topics I have ever experienced. A real treat and changed the way I think about design.”
Past Attendees Include:
Robert Stern Architects Historical Concepts
Peter Pennoyer Architects John Murray Architects
Fairfax Sammons Einhorn Yaffee Prescot
Quinn Evans Architects Glave Holmes
Schooly Caldwell Architects Barnze Vanze Architects
David Schwartz Architects Shope Reno Architects
The Architect of the Capitol The National Park Service
U.S. Department of State U.S. Department of Defense
General Services Administration Princeton University
Duke University American College of the Building Arts
MIT S.C Historic Preservation Office
N.C. State Historic Preservation Office
For more information, contact:
Peter H. Miller, Hon. AIA