TURBOCHARGE YOUR CONFERENCE STRATEGY

Prioritize, save time, and find new prospects

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What Conference Explorer can do for you

Prioritize

Search our conference directory by sector, location, and more. We automatically track all of the sponsors, exhibitors, and keynotes so you don't have to

Prospect

Filter participant lists by funding, headcount, location, web traffic, and >20 more data points. Instantly see which of your existing prospects will be there

Get Alerts

Receive notifications when one of your prospects will be at an upcoming event. Discover conferences you were not aware of and avoid missing out on key events

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Why do we care so much about conferences?

Almost 2 million conferences are hosted in the US annually, drawing 120 million unique visitors and yielding a $150 billion market. What's the draw? Conferences serve as fertile ground for finding customers, partners, and investment opportunities.

What's the challenge?

There are so many conferences that it's hard to know which ones to go to. There's no great directory listing all of them and there's no easy way to figure out who will attend. Once you're there, it's hard to know who to talk to.

Why are we in a position to help?

We started DataFox in 2013 to tackle a problem that permeates every major company in the world: finding important information about other businesses. Our lead intelligence platform offers a modern approach to prospecting, tracking, and pipeline management. We already have the best data about these companies and the best algorithms for collecting and organizing conference information.

How do we help?

We do all the research for you, saving you 6-10 hours of prep work, per conference and helping you make the most of your time (and money) while you're there. Read our walkthrough of how you can source prospects and prioritize your conference efforts.