The time had finally come again: on September 11th and 12th DMEXCO, the big class reunion of the digital industry, entered the next round. For us that meant: Tiki-Time 😉
For the first time we were present at dmexco with our own booth – and we had quite a party. Even from a distance, you could see our six-meter-high, trbo-blue walls and our logo glowing. Our highlight this year: our Tiki-Bar. Here, our two hostesses served drinks and snacks. It was such an attraction that several visitors even came to the booth to take pictures in front of the bar.
Accordingly, the crowd at the booth was lively again.
We had already arranged many appointments in advance – in addition to interested parties, some existing customers dropped by our booth to chat about news regarding trbo. After all, we brought exciting news with us: our two new tools BNDLA and cnslta. The one-pagers were well received and the tools were very popular – both with prospective and existing customers. In fact, at such events, we always notice that we don’t just have a service provider-customer relationship, over time we have almost developed friendships and are always very happy about the friendly exchange. So at this point, we would like to thank everyone who visited us at our booth!
On the first day of the trade fair, we enjoyed a beer or two with some of our customers and friends at our booth, followed by a joint team dinner. The party crowd then moved on to the OMR Aftershow Party, which of course is a must on the DMEXCO program.
Well rested (more or less – but still in a good mood) we continued to the somewhat calmer second day of the trade fair, where we had more time for exciting conversations. One of our personal highlights: Our Hawaiian beer, which was originally only meant as a decoration. Not only did it look nice, but it was also delicious and a great refreshment for our trip back home to Munich.
All in all the DMEXCO was a bigt success and a great premiere with our own booth. We are looking forward to next year!
Are you interested in our video or in the one-pagers about BNDLA and cnslta? Then simply send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.