23 Mar 2021 - 24 Mar 2021 | Birmingham, United Kingdom
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23 Mar 2021 - 24 Mar 2021
Birmingham, United Kingdom
Biopesticide Summit 2021 | B2B Meetings Platform

B2B Meetings - How does it work?

A matchmaking event is a quick and easy way to meet potential cooperation partners in face-2-face talks. 20 minutes run fast but it is enough to build first connections before the bell rings and the next talk starts.

    1) Publish a business profile to showcase your needs

    Create a clear and concise business profile to raise your visibility on this platform.
    Your profile should describe who you are, what you can offer to potential partners and who you want to meet.
    A good profile will generate significantly more meeting requests. Your profile will be visible before, during and after the event.

    2) Browse profiles of attendees

    Find out who is offering interesting and promising business opportunities

    3) Send & receive meeting requests

    Be active not reactive. Browse published participants profiles and send meeting requests to those you want to meet at the event. Adding a meaningful remark why you are interested in a meeting will increase the chance that your request will be accepted. Usually, accepted meeting requests will be scheduled automatically. Thus you have immediate access to time and location of a meeting.

    Booking rules?

    • Everybody can send meeting requests to everyone
    • Incoming meeting requests have to be accepted to be scheduled

    4) Matchmaking Event

    • Shortly before the event you will receive your meeting schedule by email.
    • A paper version may also be handed out at the registration desk.
    • TIP: Download the "b2match" mobile app (iOS/Android) to
      * get access to your meeting schedule on your mobile phone
      * be informed about last-minute changes (bookings, cancellations)
      * manage additional meetings on-site (send/receive/confirm requests)

    B2B Meetings - A short youtube intro



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