Summary of our participation in Polagra Gastro
As a leader in technological solutions for the HoReCa market (hotels-restaurants-gastronomy), we are particularly sensitive to all important events for this industry. That is why we could not miss the Polagra Gastro, organized by the Poznań International Fair on September 26-29.
Polagra Gastro is a unique opportunity to learn about the latest trends and solutions used in the industry. For us, they proved to be a chance both to present our latest products and to listen to the needs of the environment.
In Poznań, we presented our flagship products: in addition to ADScreen (multimedia screens and menuboards), we presented ADWifi and ADSeller.
ADWifi is a virtual assistant traveling with the client. It works based on a shared wireless network. It collects and analyzes customer information, which enables effective remarketing. This product already works in many hotels and restaurants.
ADSeller is one of the most modern sales solutions, combining the virtual world with the real world. The customer can compare real objects (eg two bottles of alcohol) with the help of a smart sales assistant. This type of sales clearly increases the customer's interaction with the product and the brand.
All our products enjoyed a lot of interest from visitors. Hundreds of people have passed through our stand. We have had many very interesting conversations thanks to which we were able to present detailed aspects of the services we offer. We always sell our products in an extremely individualized way - practically every hotel, restaurant or cafe can count on a unique, dedicated version of the product, corresponding to the specificity of the place. Hence, all the information we obtained from visitors was extremely important to us. We have made many friends, some of which will probably turn into a lasting business cooperation.
We would like to thank the Poznań International Fair for a special atmosphere, and the guests of Polagra Gastro for exceptional contact. Next year we will be there again!
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