You know the benefits of exhibiting at a trade show as it’s a great way to get the word out about your business, meet new clients, and connect with your customers face-to-face. Knowing a few key pointers when it comes to navigating the logistics and transportation of your trade show exhibit is a great way to ensure that you’ll have the best possible experience, reaching as many customers as you can.
Whether you’re planning your first, or your fiftieth, trade show, there’s no substitute for experience. You want to get the most out of the trade show, whether it’s leads or sales, and you’re budgeting time and resources wisely. One of the best sources of information, for the new or experienced trade show exhibitor, are those that organize that particular show. For every show there are those who are dedicated to hosting a successful show, the trade show organizers, and they’re the experts. Before your next trade show contact the trade show organizer with a few of these key questions.
While international travel may be a bit of an undertaking, it’s certainly evolved in leaps and bounds to make border crossing business trips a more frequent reality. If your business is ready to take on a global market, connect with overseas operations, or just spread the word, you need an international business trip. Make the most out of your trip by exhibiting at an international trade show and we’ve got the tips to make your international trade show a complete success.
Being in a startup business can be a lot of fun. You have the ability to turn your ship on a dime, so to speak, and move with agility as your business demands it. But let’s face it, being a startup means you’ve got passion and you’re ready to do great things. That also means there’s a lot of work that needs to be done, especially when it comes to marketing your business.
Trade shows are an outstanding way to advertise your product, share your service offerings, or network with others and prospective customers. You have an audience who is in the market for what you’re selling- now all you have to do is sell it to them. Having an appealing trade show booth makes all the difference when trying to appeal to consumers, it’s not difficult when you’re in a controlled environment, but what happens when you’re attending a trade show in an outdoor environment? Suddenly you have several different factors to consider; sun, rain, wind, and other climate elements can cause a trade show catastrophe if you aren’t prepared. Here are some tips to make sure you excel at your outdoor trade show.
With so much to do and plan for, trade show planning can feel like you’re preparing for a trek across North America. Hosting a trade show booth has more benefits for your business than a trek, and it’s a great way to expose your business to new customers. When you’re in the process of event planning, you always hope for the best and prepare for something to go wrong. Get ahead of the inevitable and consider creating a trade show booth emergency kit in order to protect yourself from disaster. Here are a few necessities to prepare in your trade show emergency kit in order to make sure your show, and display, go as smoothly as possible.
Whether you’re new to the world of trade shows or you haven’t done one in awhile, you probably have some questions running through your head. How you should be preparing for the event? People, places, logistics… Rest assured, we’re here to help. Here are the 6 main things you should be planning for before your trade show even begins.
The following is a story, albeit a fictional one, about a trade show event planner’s experience with disaster. Chances are very high that you’ve experienced something similar when planning or executing a trade show. Read on for the nitty gritty nail-biting action, and then what you can do to avoid ending up like our disaster-stricken trade show event planner.
What might the imagineers at the Walt Disney Corporation have in common with those in the trade show business? More than you might imagine. From being agile, to delighting customers, to creating the ultimate immersive experience – the Disney brand has a lot of great ideas to offer in the way they do business. Take note trade show booth exhibitors, your booth can be the most magical place on earth!
It’s no secret that the top trade show, clocking in at over 170k visitors and millions of exhibition space, is the Consumer Electronic Show (CES). From there, there are literally hundreds of other trade shows, expos, and fairs for your business to see and be seen. If you’re a trade show booth exhibitor you’re ready and eager to promote your products or services and maybe you’re not quite sure which events to attend.