Until TIC 2020!
11th - 13th November


  1. Who is a Buyer?

Buyers are purchasing agents, analyzers, negotiators and dealmakers. They research, evaluate and buy products or services for companies to either resell to customers or use in their everyday operations. At the Trade and Investment Convention (TIC), a buyer is the umbrella term for all attendees, investors and consumers with genuine purchasing power, who come to meet with exhibitors, to see their products and services, and to network with potential business partners.

  1. What are the classifications of Buyers?

Classifications categories of buyers are: -

  • Distributors
  • Wholesalers
  • Retailers
  • Investors
  • End Users

This is based on their level in the distribution chain for setting prices or discounts.

  1. How to sign up as Buyer at the Virtual TIC 2020?

Log on to TTMA and complete the necessary fields provided to register. Once completed, you will receive an email with your log in credentials. As a registered buyer your log in credentials will allow you to view registered exhibitors and learn about their products or services.

  1. How do I navigate on the virtual platform?

To access the platform, the week before the three-day event October 28th-30th  2020, you will receive an email with the website link and log in details. You will be able to view all registered virtual company booths with their products and services, using click through access.

  1. How does the B2B meeting process work?

An exhibitor will be scheduled to meet with a buyer on the Business to Business days (28th& 29th October). On this day an exhibitor is able to conduct one on one conversation in real time and present hands on demonstrations. Meeting in person or virtual allows an exhibitor to educate the buyer about a new product or service and quickly answer any questions they have.

  1. How will the B2B meetings be conducted?

Your meetings will be scheduled before the convention dates. You will be notified of all exhibitors you will engage with along with their business portfolio, date and time of your virtual meetings. All meeting will be held via the Zoom platform. The meeting links will be provided to the necessary parties involved.

  1. What can you gain from meeting with a Buyer?

You can gain brand credibility and exposure which helps with the increase of sales. Buyers have the opportunity to share valuable feedback with you. It’s the fastest and easiest way to collect qualified leads.

  1. What regions are the Buyer’s from?

Buyers are targeted and brought in from all over the world to participate in Business to Business meetings. We have buyers locally, regionally and internationally. In the past we had buyers from Barbados, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Germany, China, United States of America, Canada, United Kingdom just to name a few.

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