eZ-Xpo Delivers Complimentary Virtual Trade Show/Conference/Expo Available to Companies and Organizations Affected by the Tragedy in Japan

San Francisco, CA – April 12, 2011 – In response to the devastating 8.9 earthquake and today’s highest crisis upgrade at level 7 in Japan, eZ-Xpo is providing complimentary virtual trade show, conferences, expo for all physical trade shows, expos, and conferences.
“On behalf of eLearningZoom and eZ-Xpo, I wish to convey our sympathy, thoughts and prayers to the people of Japan who have been affected by this devastating earthquake and tsunami. Effectively today, we are offering complimentary the world’s 1st all-in-1 virtual event platform to all organizations and companies for virtual trade shows, expos, and conferences; and provide any assistance needed as quickly as possible.” “We extend our thoughts and prayers to our colleagues and clients affected by the event,” said Matt Fok, CEO of eZ-Xpo & eLearningZoom.

Qualifying trade shows, conferences, and expos will be provided with virtual expo marketplace at no charge through Wednesday, June 1st 2011. The free virtual event platform offer pertains to support services, online web meeting, and events directly related to aiding in the earthquake rescue and recovery efforts.
About eZ-Xpo

eZ-Xpo delivers the world’s first all-in-1 virtual expo marketplace with built-in marketing automation, customer relationship management, and online meeting for higher ROI. eZ-Xpo personalizes every exhibit hall for every attendee for qualified leads. Exhibitors can benefit from eZ-Xpo with automatic follow-up for every prospect coming through the virtual booth. eZ-Xpo is also equipped with learning management system for on-demand training programs.


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