We all know how hard is to acquire and retain a client. When you are able to retain such a client as the PGA Show you say it is a massive success.
In 2023 will be held the 70th PGA Show (January 24-27), golf’s longest-running and largest global business gathering. Nearly 1,000 golf and golf lifestyle brands will be exhibited.
The PGA Show Exclusive Community, powered by RepSpark, will be available for exhibitors in early December to allow time for onboarding and preparing their digital storefront for the show.
All PGA Show attendees will be able to access the space in mid-January to help maximize their scheduled appointments for the show and request access to resell brands.
PGA Show Exclusive Community, powered by RepSpark
The online B2B platform will
- feature PGA Show exhibiting brands and facilitate connections between exhibitors and attendees pre-show to explore new brands;
- support in-person connections and facilitate order transactions; and post-show for trade show follow-ups, continued connections, and continued order transactions.
In addition, the online B2B eCommerce platform will continue to stay live post-show to support relationships and transactions year-round, creating more ROI for exhibiting brands after the event concludes.
PGA Golf Exhibitions Vice President Marc Simon says
“The RepSpark B2B Community platform is a valuable technology-driven tool to advance the business of participating brands and buyers at the PGA Show.”
In addition to building the PGA Show Exclusive Community, RepSpark will be present at the event in Orlando, educating attendees on how to use the platform and sponsoring a cocktail party to help foster more connections between brands and retailers.
Meghann Butcher, CEO, and Founder of RepSpark says
“With over 7,000 golf shops already shopping on RepSpark, we are looking forward to partnering with the PGA Show to educate, inspire and connect with even more brands and buyers to showcase an easier way to streamline wholesale ordering process and build deeper relationships within the golf industry.”
This article is brought to you by RepSpark.