Urban Expositions Launches Trade Show App

UrbanExpositionsATLANTA-Urban Expositions has launched a new mobile application for its trade shows that enables users to select and download shows from the Urban roster offering complete access to exhibitor and product category listings and search features, floor plans, events and more.

The app debuted in conjunction with the trade show management company's recent California Gift Show and upcoming San Francisco International Gift Fair, July 27-30, 2013, and all Urban shows will be added to the app as the product roll-out continues during upcoming weeks.

"As more and more of our customers look to their mobile devices for all aspects of their business planning, we wanted to provide a resource that helps them before, during and after our shows," said Doug Miller, president, Urban Expositions. "From the most up-to-date exhibitor listings to quick and easy search features, this app will make it even easier for buyers to quickly locate the products and show information they need."

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