Planning and Logistics

IMPORTANCE OF YOUR TRADE SHOW Booth Location for HARVESTING LEADS

Posted on Aug 22, 2021 12:22:09 PM

 

 

As you know, there are many factors that go into a successful trade show marketing program. It is important to have a booth that draws attention, brings your brand to life, and functions properly. It is also important to have a trade show staff inside that booth who knows your business well, has a friendly and welcoming demeanor, and shows up to work hard and provide results.

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Topics: Trade show marketers, Trade Show Marketing, booth design, coronavirus, booth design in the post COVID19 era

NURTURING NUGGETS FOR YOUR BUSINESS SUCCESS

Posted on Feb 23, 2021 10:43:16 AM

 

 

2020 was a year that none of us could have expected. Although the coronavirus pandemics’ impact on the event industry was not something that we had control over, it’s still our job to do what we can to pick up the pieces and help move forward.

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Topics: digitalmarketing, tradeshowmarketing, coronavirus, TRUST AND TRADE

DESIGN AND ETIQUETTE FOR TRADE SHOWS IN THE POST-COVID-19 ERA

Posted on May 19, 2020 1:35:22 PM

 

source: exhibitoronline.com

 

PHYSICAL DISTANCING AND SOCIAL ETIQUETTE

Teaching proper trade show etiquette to your booth staff is a must if you want to keep attendees engaged in your booth and gain quality leads. Properly greeting, understanding expectations, and keeping attendees engaged are all highly important and will impact your exhibiting results.

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Topics: Trade show marketers, Trade Show Marketing, booth design, coronavirus, booth design in the post COVID19 era

THINK, HOW CAN I USE THE PANIC AND PAUSE OF COVID-19 INTO EFFECTIVE TRADE SHOW MARKETING

Posted on Apr 6, 2020 5:20:24 PM

CHANNEL YOUR CAUSATION INTO CO-RELATION

 

Because of the coronavirus outbreak, exhibitors and event managers are experiencing unconquerable anxiety and frustration seems to be their every day companion for the forseeable future.

1. You are dealing with the stress from managing your program with so many shows cancelling or postponing.

2. You’re having to stop doing the best work you can to create tremendous business value for your employer.

3. You are wondering if trade shows will get replaced by digital marketing.

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Topics: digitalmarketing, tradeshowmarketing, coronavirus