8/28/2018 | 1 MINUTE READ

Get the Most Out of IMTS with the 2018 App

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The app, which is free to download and available now, helps attendees find exhibitors, makes agendas and navigates the show.


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With thousands of exhibitors on multiple floors of several buildings, IMTS can be a challenge to navigate. The IMTS 2018 App, which is now available for download, can help visitors make the most of their time at the show by making it easy to find what they need and helping them get there. Users can search through all exhibitors by product category, company name or pavilion focus.

Once they know where they want to go, the app can help them get there. Interactive maps with floor plans of each building show where each booth is located, as well as details on the exhibitors at each booth. Users can even search for an exhibitor and get directions to the booth.

The MyShow Planner is accessible from the app, enabling users to view their agendas and add exhibitors. Attendees can use the app to check the times for main stage speakers and in-booth and special events, as well as view schedules for all nine conferences, workshops and summits that are taking place at IMTS.

The app also helps attendees stay connected. Users can receive important messages and announcements throughout the show via the app and keep track of what other attendees are saying and doing by accessing IMTS social media channels.

Users can download the IMTS 2018 App for free through the iTunes and Google Play stores.


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