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Sponsorship and exhibiting opportunities - quick glance (.pdf)'s 2010 virtual conference by the numbers:

  • 15,000 registered and 10,000+ attended during the 12 hour live event
  • Over 50,000 booth visits
  • Over 30,000 webcast views
  • 35,000 downloads of vendor white papers and product briefs

The ROI for the virtual conference was tremendous. We had significant traffic to our virtual booth, and welcomed the opportunity to present Logoport, our hosted translation productivity solution, to the community.
Marcus Casal, Lionbridge's Director of Community Integration.'s virtual conference was the first virtual event for Across Systems. At first, we were really skeptical, but in the end we were overwhelmed by the leads we generated and the great support from the people at Being part of this event allows exhibitors to gain great exposure with little effort and relatively little expense. This event format offers a superb value, especially in this time of marketing budget cuts and the freezing of travel expenses.
Heike Nock, Across Systems Inc., Marketing Manager

I really felt like a part of a big–and what a great!–community. It was a nice break from my daily work to be able to attend a global conference with interesting presentations. It should become a translators' day tradition.
attendee Camilla Larsen

I looked at the list: simply everyone is there: old acquaintances and new persons.
attendee Zsuzsanna Vajdovics’s virtual event provided a fantastic opportunity to meet a huge number of customers and prospects in one day. We had over 4,000 visitors to our virtual stand and we were able to offer help as well as show case our newest products. To staff the equivalent booth at an in-person conference would require at least 10 people for few days, which would cost in excess of $20,000. We are looking forward to’s 2010 virtual conferences.
Massimo Ghislandi, SDL Trados Marketing Director, Field Marketing

What does it really cost to sponsor an event*?
*a conservative comparison of 2 company representatives attending a 3 day event
Conference expenses virtual conference ATA conference Localization world ALC conference
Booth space $4000 USD $1,325 USD $3,800 USD $1899 USD
Shipping $0 USD $150 USD
Printing materials $0 USD $300 USD
Banners and booth decoration $0 USD $500 USD
Giveaways (including business cards) $0 USD $400 USD
Booth carpet/rental supplies $0 USD $250 USD
Drayage services $0 USD $350 USD (more in larger markets)
Airline tickets $0 USD $1500 USD and up
Ground transportation (cabs, airport transfers etc) $0 USD $200 USD and up
Hotel $0 USD $900 USD and up (average cost of $150 USD per room per night)
Per diem (food & beverages) $0 USD $300 USD ($50 per person per day for 3 days)
Entertainment $0 USD $200 USD
Total investment $4,000 USD $6,375 USD $8850 USD $6949 USD
Expected visitor count 10,000 2500 480 200
Cost per visitor $0.40 USD $2.55 USD $18.44 USD $34.75 USD
Don't forget the cost of being out of the office which is immeasurable

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