[Video] Why Exhibit at the 2019 Nightclub & Bar Show?

2019 Nightclub & Bar Show title card

Nightclub & Bar Show provides suppliers the best environment for connecting with the most influential buyers in the bar, nightlife and hospitality industry. They seek out new technology, products and services to make their businesses more productive and profitable.

No other event offers a better face-to-face opportunity to showcase your products, equipment and services to decision makers from around the world. As an industry we've become more fragmented and specialized throughout the years, with trade shows around the country specializing in just one or two categories. Nightclub & Bar Show represents the industry in its entirety, spanning all product and service categories.

However, you don't have to take our word for it:

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We asked industry leaders to weigh in on what metrics they were tracking to ensure proper cash flow, increased profit margins, and operations setup for future growth.

"We exhibit at Nightclub & Bar every year because you get to see the largest range of buyers. Where else can you go and see David and Goliath in one room?" — Tobin Ellis, Perlick Station

"You meet a lot of business owners—bar and restaurant owners—who are ready to buy right here. We actually come here to close deals. That's our main purpose of coming to Nightclub & Bar." — Lashawn Jones, Buzztime

"Partender actually debuted and launched as a company at Nightclub & Bar in 2014." — Anjali Kundra, Partender

To learn more about Nightclub & Bar Show visit ncbshow.com.

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