Over the past year, you may have been one of the many people who tuned in to Cooperator Events’ popular webinar series—but did you know that Cooperator Events also produces Cooperator Events Expos, a series of must-attend annual and biannual trade shows in markets from New Jersey to South Florida to Las Vegas? Thousands of board members, managers, co-op shareholders, and condo owners attend Cooperator Events trade shows every year, making personal connections, learning about new products and services, and gathering invaluable information and insight from the best and brightest professionals in the industry—all at no cost to them. Simply visit nj.yrexpos.com to register.
For 2021, Cooperator Events has expanded its range of educational and informational offerings yet again—this time to include our new New Jersey Virtual Expo, taking place on Wednesday, April 28, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. EDT.
This latest addition has been in the works for a while, says Yale Robbins, president of Cooperator Events and publisher of CooperatorNews: “We’ve worked hard to deliver a virtual experience that’s immersive, educational, and provides attendees and exhibitors alike the ability to meet, engage with people, and ask questions of experts in the field, either one-on-one at their booth, or in the group seminar setting.”
The virtual exhibit hall is a graphical environment accessed via a web browser that attendees can explore by clicking the signs posted for different events, or on the booth of an exhibitor they wish to visit. While the idea of an all-online expo may be new territory for attendees who make a point to visit Cooperator Events’ on-site trade show every year at the Meadowlands, Robbins says, “never fear”—along with the same features that make the in-person shows must-attend events, the virtual version brings an unprecedented level of convenience and flexibility.
“We wanted to give our attendees an experience that’s familiar, but that also takes advantage of the convenience, flexibility, and versatility of an online format over an on-site event,” says Robbins. “With our virtual format, attendees can participate at their leisure, at whatever pace they like; they can come for a couple of hours in the morning, and then come back for a half-hour in the afternoon for a seminar they want to catch, without having to exit and re-enter a physical venue. They can go anywhere in the virtual exhibit hall almost instantaneously, and pop in and out whenever something of interest to them is going on, whether it be a seminar, a product “demo, or a roundtable discussion.”