Virtual Toronto International Boat Show update

TIBS Virtual

Jan 11, 2022

The Toronto International Boat Show team has sent out the following update on the show arrangements.

Show Dates run for five days: January 26 – 30, 2022
Virtual Show Hours for Attendees to Connect with Exhibitors (email, phone):
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 11am – 7pm
Saturday & Sunday: 9am – 5pm

Additional Background on TIBS Virtual:

The 2021 Virtual Toronto Boat Show attracted more than 35,000 registrations made up of returning boat show patrons, new boaters, and first-time show attendees from the Greater Toronto Area, regionally across Ontario, and as far reaching as British Columbia.

· 76% of online attendees had visited the Toronto Boat Show in-person in the past
· 24% of attendees were new to the Toronto Boat Show
· 45% of attendees came to the show with the intention of shopping for accessories and services
· 44% of attendees came to the show with the intention of a boat purchase in the future
· 17% of attendees came to the show with the intention of purchasing a boat
· 15% of attendees came to the show to learn about boating

Consumers flooded to the 2021 Virtual Toronto Boat Show to connect and shop at Exhibitors spaces, attend Seminars and TIBS TV. An extensive marketing plan will again be targeted to attract boaters and potential boaters to the Virtual Show.

We look forward to working together with you as the Show transitions to providing an alternative way for attendees to connect.

For any questions, please contact us:

Linda Waddell, lwaddell@canadianboatshows.com or 905-951-4051
Cynthia Hare, chare@canadianboatshows.com or 905-951-4054


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