The Currency Scene:
News, Events, and Stories about currency from around the world.

By Mike Clark[1] • Updated nfcw.com[2]

NFCW's showcase header image from the NFCW Expo
ONLINE FIRST: The NFCW Expo moves your trade show presence online

NFCW EXPO: The NFCW Expo takes the principles behind a traditional trade show booth and re-imagines them for an online-first world. Visit the sample showcase[3] we have built for NFCW to see how the concept works and how your presence could look.

“The NFCW Expo is designed to make it possible to easily identify and connect with potential suppliers and partners from anywhere in the world, all year round — and for industry suppliers to continue reaching potential new customers even while trade shows are on hold,” says NFCW editor Sarah Clark.

Each NFCW Expo showcase includes:

  • Prominent display of your branding
  • Crisp, tailored messaging that lets potential customers quickly and easily understand who you are and what you offer
  • A menu with links to your website and news articles on NFCW
  • A ‘Meet the Innovators’ video interview with your key executives or a downloadable slide deck or product brochure
  • A QuickConnect box that enables NFCW’s 12,000+ members to easily share their contact details with you and request further information
  • Monthly engagement reports that let you follow-up with NFCW Knowledge Centre members who download your materials
  • Listing in all relevant halls, for easy discovery of you and your products
  • A mobile-first design that makes it easy for members to introduce themselves to you — all year round, 24/7/365
  • Fully supported onboarding and on-going guidance on how to maximize your results

Doors open on 21 September, and we’ll

Read more from our friends at NFC World

Pin It

The Logo Story

currensceneFLOGO WHTsquareThough not the oldest form of currency, some form of shell money appears to have been found on almost every continent. The shell most widely used worldwide as currency was the shell of Cypraea moneta, the money cowry.

Visit the CurrenScene Media Page