Trade shows are coming back full throttle and planning ahead can save your company money. And because the rush is on, you may need to book some services further out in advance than you have before just to make sure they are available to you later this year. Check out these great budget saving tips that you should consider when planning for your events later in the year.
Category: Budgeting and Measurement
With a pandemic changing the course of the world, naturally, it also re-routed many businesses. Trade shows may be at the top of the list for many dealing with rerouted business plans. Whether it is deciding if trade shows even fit in the budget this year, cutting costs, or modifying marketing, changes are happening. Here are a few planning tips you can use to stretch your budget before jumping to any conclusions!
Has your company been exhibiting at the same trade shows for the past 10+ years simply because that’s how it’s always been? Or is your business dealing with budget cuts, including trying to cut back on trade shows this year? Or are you considering adding a new trade show to your list because it is close by? If you said yes to any of these questions, check out our tips on show selection.
Why buy an exhibit from an experienced and reputable trade show company instead of opting for that tempting, online price that just sounds too good to be true? Simply put, you get what you pay for. Investing in a quality exhibit from a trustworthy trade show display leader is going to actually save you money in the long run.
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. Here are a few quick tips for how you can start working on building and nurturing relationships for your business.
People may question whether or not trade shows will ever regain enough traction to return to where they were before the start of the Coronavirus pandemic. However, there are still many reasons for people to attend live, in-person trade shows and events in the near future. Learn why on our latest blog post.
As many businesses are forced to close their doors temporarily, they are keeping their employees hard at work from home with their children. If this is you, or if someone you know is new to the work from home life with the kids, check out these useful tips to keep them busy while you work.
Since you need to “spend money to make money,” you want to be careful never to cut marketing efforts in a way that will hamper your business’ ability to grow. But if your promotional expenses have never been clearly tied to strategic goals, then it’s time to reexamine where and how you’re spending your marketing and advertising dollars. Check out our tips on how you can do this effectively.
In case you haven’t noticed it, the Immersive Experience is already a thing at trade shows. Although a great lead generation tool, these free experiences don’t always translate into a sale. Here are some suggestions for making a VR or AR station in your exhibit a cost effective one.
A new industry report reveals that the median booth size will increase by 20% this year. If you’re wondering whether you should also jump on the booth expansion bandwagon, here are six tips to determine whether it’s worth the cost.
Do you think your business’ trade show strategy is in need of an overhaul? Oftentimes, the greatest challenge to a new approach is convincing leadership to abandon their old way of doing things. If you feel like your exhibit efforts need rethinking, the following steps may help you win your management’s approval.