ISE Data Deck Backs Up Assertions About 2024 Being Biggest Show To Date

February 29, 2024 by Dave Haynes

The organizers of Integrated Systems Europe tend to be pretty quick about releasing the key attendee headcount and exhibitor count stats after each edition of the show, and now that team has also released more granular data that backs up assertions ISE 2024 was the largest to date.

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The 2025 show is already looking bigger, with a more than 10% increase in current exhibitors re-booking booths, compared to the previous year. Demand for exhibition space has led ISE to opening up a Hall 8.1, and also juggling hall assignments a bit, with Digital Signage shifting to Hall 6 (not as far from the main entry).

Despite earlier reports that the show was already sold out, ISE says space is still available, and the booking process opens up to new exhibitors tomorrow. My improved  understanding is that terms like “pretty much” or “almost” sold out would describe where things are at, so if vendors are on the fence about 2025, they probably need to make decisions soonest.

There is a good data deck here that really digs into the numbers. It is, of course, a way to reinforce the value to exhibitors and sponsors, but offers a lot of interesting insights about the interests and roles of attendees.

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