Exhibitors at the WA Safety Show reported positive feedback from visitors and expressed satisfaction with the quality of leads generated from various industrial segments.
Organised by the Australian Exhibitions & Conferences
at the Perth Convention Exhibition Centre, the WA Safety Show attracted visitors comprising of mainly middle to upper-level managers.
According to Sam Marciano of Chocolate Coded’s TIKS (Touch Information Kiosk Solution) that provides access to work-related documents and information via touch-screen kiosks, the first two days were extremely busy with around 85% of inquiries from the mining industry and the remainder from the construction industry and municipal councils. The number of serious leads generated at their first safety exhibition exceeded their expectations.
Mick Donohoe from Piranha Eyeware’s Ugly Fish stand said there was a high level of interest in safety and sporting eyewear from mining and support firms, as well as from government and councils.
Simon Kotz of Mayo Hardware reported a number of leads being generated for their Master Lock range of lockout-tag out products, mainly from the mining, oil and gas industry.
Myosh, principal corporate sponsor and an exhibitor at the Show also reported good results with the company selling 100 modules of business software including more than 40 focusing on safety management in use by mining firms operating in remote regions. Spokesperson Adrian Manessis said that there was a lot of interest in their e-learning modules.