Why exhibit at SIMA?

Published on by Fabrice Donnadieu - updated on

  • Meet qualified visitors
    • 80% purchasers, 20% specifiers
    • A substantial increase in the attendance of crop farmers with more than 200 hectares of farmland and livestock farmers with more than 150 head
  • Strengthen relations with your clients
  • Develop brand awareness

6 key reasons to exhibit at SIMA:

 

1/ MULTIPLY EFFECTIVE BUSINESS CONTACTS

SIMA is the opportunity for you to develop your network in the agricultural sector. Please find below the breakdown of SIMA visitors by business activity:

Visitors profile
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2/ VISITORS FROM ALL THE CONTINENTS

Increase in attendance of visitors from Asia and Africa at SIMA 2015! Here is the geographical breakdown of SIMA visitors:

Visitors through the world
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3/ IMPROVE YOUR ROI BY LEVERAGING VISITORS' PURCHASING INFLUENCE 

92 % visitor satisfaction rate. 90 % of visitors intend to come back at SIMA 2017. Finally 73 % of them have investment plans when visiting the show!

 

4/ A MEDIA PLATFORM TO BRING YOU SUCCESS

More than 500 journalists from 40 countries attended the SIMA exhibition in 2015. More than 3,000 press articles were counted up.

SIMA is promoted throughout 84countries: 40 official visits,including several French and foreign ministers

 

5/ SIMA INNOVATION AWARDS

With the SIMA Innovation Awards, a world yardstick for innovation, SIMA offers a high-visibility platform for technological development and foresight.

In 2016, 25 agricultural innovations were awarded, including 2 Gold medals, 5 Silver medals and 18 Special mentions. They were all displayed in the Innovation Gallery during the exhibition.

Discover the results of the SIMA Innovation Awards 2017.

 

6/ SIMA 2017, your business lever

In 2017, SIMA is setting up meetings and tools to help you develop your export business.

  • SIMA African Summit
    A between between African institutional representatives to discuss the development of farm mechanization in Africa.
    A large international conference aimed at African professionals (farmers, breeders) and exhibitors on the theme of “Farm mechanization in Africa: which strategy to go forward?”.

 

  • SIMA Dealer's Day-Ting
    An international symposium on the theme “Being a dealer in 10 years”
    One-to-one meetings between dealers, distributors and exhibitors.

 

Contact SIMA sales team