Freeman, the leading global provider of brand experiences has appointed Adam Jones, co-founder and former CEO of Showplans, to the position of director – Digital Products, Freeman in EMEA, overseeing the entire digital event technology portfolio. The digital portfolio includes a range of leading enablement and engagement technologies, including four products from Showplans Technology Group, which Freeman acquired at the end of 2016.
ShowLive lets visitors and exhibitors (plus anyone else interested in your event) view an interactive floor plan — anywhere, on any device.
Visitors can bookmark stands to visit and build a schedule around talks, workshops or presentations they wish to attend. They can also share contact details with exhibitors, if they choose.
Because ShowLive runs in the cloud, you only have to keep your floor plan updated in one place (probably using our ShowHub service. Whenever you make a change, it's automatically updated for everyone).
Visitors expect your event experience to work across mobile and desktop devices. ShowLive does that — without requiring a separate app download.
Give your visitors control: they can bookmark stands, explore your event by zooming and panning — and share contact details with exhibitors
As visitors bookmark stands on ShowLive, exhibitors can see who’ll be coming to see them and contact them in advance, if visitors have shared their details.
Open up revenue streams by adding sponsor logos to your floor plan, showing banner adverts or charging exhibitors for access to visitor details
You can either provide an existing floor plan, or let us create one for you with our ShowFloorplans service.
We’ll create a 3D version of your floor plan in ShowLive. We’ll also add any other details you provide — like exhibitors or the schedule.
You can embed your floor plan in websites or let visitors access it as a standalone page. You can also sign in and add exhibitor or event details as they change.
No matter where you embed your floor plan, it’ll adapt to fit the size of screen on which it’s displayed.