Back to Search Results

Virtual Trade Show for Energy Companies


In person energy trade shows and events are taking a back seat as social distancing continues. Covid-19 created a shift in the way companies market themselves and network with potential partners and reach new customers. It is not just Covid, however. Before the pandemic, we saw a shift in the energy industry as companies are working towards reducing their carbon footprint by traveling less. A 24/7 virtual trade show booth is one of the most critical pieces of digital real estate you can own at the moment. Additionally, securing your placement on a growing platform is a wise investment as the energy sector explodes. It will become more difficult and more expensive to rank well on Google, Facebook, and other social platforms.

At Energy Partner Network, we believe interactive digital marketing should be accessible to all. Currently, search marketing opportunities are limited to expensive (and boring) search engines, social media and cookie cutter directory websites. The energy industry, in particular, will be a thought leader in virtual, sustainable and well-connected platforms like Energy Partner Network. Thus, we created a one-of-a kind virtual trade show for sustainable energy companies. Members can showcase their products and services, attract new business, and connect with other leaders in the industry.

What Does a Virtual Trade Show Look Like for Energy Companies?

Our virtual trade show offers companies, like yours, all the perks of an in-person trade show with a much broader reach. It is a fun and modern way to target a broad audience and engage with new potential clients and partners.

Our virtual trade show offers the following benefits to sustainable companies:

·         Virtual booth — the cool thing about a virtual booth is that you don’t have to be there! Meaning, you can put your best foot forward by choosing the right videos, images and colors. This not only cuts down on travel costs, but it allows you to articulate what you want to put out there about your product and brand.

·         Digital reach — you can reach so many more consumers and potential business partners digitally than you could in person. The virtual trade show is designed to help you grow your business in the most cost-effective way from the comfort of your computer! Premium members get free video production, content assistance and SEO upgrades to their booth.

·         Develop and share your unique brand — the most important part of your company is your unique story. While some people purchase a product simply for a product, partnerships are built on a deeper level. Partners and life consumers need to feel connected to you, your company, and your story. Our digital energy trade show allows your company to tell your unique brand story. Set yourself apart from your competitors through creative videos, pictures, sponsor/partner logos and more!

How can digital real estate help your bottom line?

·         Save money on traveling and reduce your carbon footprint — it is impossible to run a booth at every sustainable trade show, so you may feel like you are missing out. With a virtual booth, you save money on travel costs, but you can also use it to promote events you will attend and/or host in the future. You remain open 24/7 online.

·         Encourage interactivity — just like you would at an in-person event, you can encourage visitor engagement by running contests and giving out prizes. This is a fun way to engage with potential clients and partners, ask for contact information and set up appointments!

·         Update your booth anytime — you can update your virtual booth anytime, keeping your audience abreast of the latest news in your business.

Join Our Virtual Energy Service Fair Today

If you are ready to position yourself as a key player in the sustainable community, contact us today. We look forward to having you join our community and can’t wait to see how you design your booth!



Energy Partner Network USPTO Trademark

You are leaving Energy Partner Network

Do you want to continue?

ContinueGo Back