The Oxford Dictionary defines strategy as “a plan of action or policy designed to achieve a major or overall aim.” Is your trade show plan helping you achieve your sales and marketing goals?
Category: Trade Show Exhibiting
Before you hand out that stress ball at your next trade show, think about what type of giveaway would resonate with your target market, and is compatible with your brand image. Keep in mind that sometimes the best giveaway is not a giveaway at all.
Before you purchase a fully customized trade show exhibit, consider the benefits of using a reconfigurable exhibit system to satisfy your budget, show schedule, and logistical challenges.
Could your company’s trade show booth make a bigger impact if it had an extra 125 square feet of display space? And what if that bonus space were lit and prominently displayed above the height of the standard eight-foot backwalls most companies use at a trade show? Consider the benefits of backlit tower displays.
Although technology and social media have changed the demands of what clients want within their trade show exhibit, one factor has remained constant through 30 years; “impress me.” What else does the future hold for exhibit design?
More and more exhibitors are seeing the value in serving their attendees food and beverages at trade shows and events. When determining your menu, there are 7 types of food we recommend you avoid.