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Registration Opens for Attendees and Exhibitors for Virtual HE-Xpo Health Economics and Outcomes Research Conference, Sponsored by HealthEconomics.Com
Date:8/21/2013

ing opportunities. Virtual conference and tradeshow options like HE-Xpo address this reality of today’s business and economic environment, while still allowing individuals to stay abreast of essential learning and networking opportunities.

HE-Xpo Virtual Conference and Tradeshow captures the true look and feel of actually being at a traditional, “real-world” tradeshow, all from the comfort of a participant’s home or office, and accessible from smartphones or tablets. HE-Xpo offers virtual rooms such as the Auditorium, Learning Center, Exhibit Hall and Social Media Lounge. Attendees easily move through virtual aisles and from booth to booth comparing products and services.

Once at an Exhibitor’s booth, attendees can review and download promotional materials, watch a variety of informational and educational videos, review the Exhibitors Website and/or chat live with Exhibitor staff members, sales personnel or product specialists. Attendees can also participate in live events, such as webinars with streaming video, presentations, Q&A, audience polling and more.

Exhibitors can build booths that appear highly realistic, allowing visitors to interact with company representatives using chat tools, as well as download scientific and marketing literature.

“We created the virtual conference environment, HE-Xpo, to specifically target the Health Economics and Outcomes Research (HEOR) and Managed Markets audience. Our goal was to address the needs of businesses looking for more efficient, cost-effective and ‘green’ solutions to attending traditional tradeshows. HE-Xpo answers those needs with a rich, interactive user experience that leads to higher engagement with potential customers, while also creating a sense of community,” said Dr. Patti Peeples, President and Founder of HealthEconomics.Com. “Attendees can participate in cutting-edge and current learning opportunities from anywhere in the world, right from the comfort of their own home
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