Mike Thimmesch is Skyline Exhibits' Director of Customer Engagement, with over 25 years of Marketing and Trade Show Display Marketing experience.
Trade shows are constantly evolving, and so are the best practices that drive them. Check out our newest resource to help you improve your trade show program.
Harvard professor David Garvin identified 8 factors that customers use to assess quality, and these factors and views align well with ours. Read here.
The world is a constantly changing place and trade shows are no different. Read these 11 changes that affect your trade shows and how you can adapt.
New and experienced exhibitors buy their displays based on very different factors. Whats should you consider? Check this out.
Imagine you’re with fellow exhibitors, and asked them 1 question: “How did you stretch your exhibiting budget?” Think of all the great advice they could share.
Without designers, you can’t get a creative design. Designers need knowledge in 7 areas to create a trade show exhibit, and without them, there is trouble.
The variety of products displayed at a trade show is diverse. To design effective spaces to display your products, read these tips and answer these questions.
Want to build your brand at trade shows? Your company is not alone. Exhibitors tell us in survey after survey that building awareness is their #1 or #2 trade show marketing goal.
Skyline has published a new white paper to help you better understand the use of technology in trade show exhibits. Read here for key findings discussed in the white paper.
We’re exhibiting at EXHIBITORLIVE! March 2-4, 2015. Don’t miss out! Stop by Booth #1245 to “Get What You Want!” from Skyline.
Relationships are built in your trade show display. Learn how to design an exhibit that helps you best host meetings and get the valuable face time you desire.
How do you know you just had a moment in your trade show booth? And how do you create more? Here are a few ways to make them happen.
Do you ever feel like your trade show program could do so much more? Maybe you need to try going straight to the top and asking your boss for help.
Gone are the days when you could just stand in your booth and enough people would walk in. Now, it won’t be enough to make your trade shows profitable.
Great exhibitors are identified as much by what they avoid as what they do. Are your choices making you a great exhibitor? Read on.
B2B buyers continue to attend trade shows for the face time. But attendees won’t trust your company if your booth staffers do these 6 things.
Are you looking for better insights, tools, and ideas to increase your trade show results? Booth staffers–and the people who manage them–should read this.
Since our last publication pertaining to promotions, a little thing called social media has come along. Now trade show promotions will never again be the same.
When exhibiting in an island trade show exhibit, the costs are larger, the expectations higher, and the risks greater. But so is the potential.
The inline booth is the workhorse of the show. Get the most from it.