The comprehensive information service offered by InnoTrans 2012 (Sept. 18-21) keeps exhibitors, trade visitors, journalists and industry insiders continuously abreast of the latest developments at the fair. There are all kinds of ways to find out about the world's leading event for rail transport technology and information is available through many different media. The trade show provides updates for participants through the printed InnoTrans REPORT, online information at innotrans.com and via Twitter and app.
InnoTrans website: all the information is only a click away
The InnoTrans internet site provides information on a wide range of topics. Visitors to www.innotrans.com can find the names of Messe Berlin contacts, a current list of exhibitors, a travel booking service and all the facts about the fair. What is more, the website has information for participants about the many services available at InnoTrans, among them the InnoTrans online ticketshop for quick and easy ticket purchases and pre-registration: www.innotrans.com/ticketshop.
B2B magazine - the InnoTrans REPORT
The InnoTrans REPORT offers readers the latest updates on rail industry developments, on product innovations and background transport policy information. The magazine also provides full details of the latest developments at InnoTrans and has a global readership, with more than 140,000 issues printed in three languages (German, English and French). In the years in which the fair is held this B2B magazine is published four times, and twice in the intervening years. Subscribing to the InnoTrans REPORT is easy and can be done by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alternatively, the InnoTrans REPORT is also available as an app which allows users to read this B2B magazine on mobile devices such as smartphones or tablets. The app is available for downloading from the InnoTrans website. The InnoTrans REPORT is also available on the InnoTrans website as a PDF file, which can be read, downloaded or printed.
Twitter: InnoTrans tweets
The latest brief updates on InnoTrans are also available via Twitter. Both smartphones and computers receive the tweets that keep you informed while you are on the move. The internet site is www.twitter.com/innotrans. Via Twitter, followers of the fair can always be the first to find out about the latest developments at InnoTrans 2012, press releases and new issues of the InnoTrans REPORT.