The COVID-19 coronavirus has currently postponed or canceled many trade shows. But as it has proven in the past, the size of this industry alone will provide momentum to reopen for business. Here is how, along with some other good reasons trade shows and events will return sooner rather than later.
Category: Planning and Logistics
Has a canceled or postponed trade show made you feel stuck and wondering when you’ll be able to pick up where you left off? Having a contingency plan can help keep you on track toward your trade show marketing goals, rather than letting your efforts fall stagnant.
Since COVID-19 has brought on what’s now globally known as “social distancing,” the rules of etiquette are already shifting to a new norm. Booth etiquette expectations may shift moving forward once trade shows can be back up and running.
Are your company’s exhibits temporarily on the shelf? Well you now have a great window of opportunity to do the research, analysis, brainstorming, and implementation that will improve your trade show results and ROI for years to come. Check out these tips on how to do it.
Are you getting ready to represent your company at a big trade show later this year? Are you considering renting a kiosk for these events instead of purchasing or building one yourself?Renting a kiosk can be a great way to save money without sacrificing design options.
Are you getting ready to attend a trade show (or several shows) later this year? If so, there’s a lot of great technology out there these days that can help you maximize your experience and gather as many leads as possible. Read on to learn about some of the best trade show lead capture approaches you can take while attending events in 2020.
Augmented reality and virtual reality technologies have stepped off the shelf – almost literally – and into our eyes and brains. These fun and interactive tools are helping businesses create bigger impacts on potential customers as well, especially at trade shows and product launches. Read on to learn more!
If you work in the food and beverage industry, there are tons of trade show options for you to choose from, and it’s not always easy to know which ones are worth visiting and which ones are worth skipping. Check out our top 11 food industry trade shows in the U.S. and Canada and start planning!
Are you getting ready to head to your first trade show? Are you a little nervous about what to expect? Do you have questions about what you should or shouldn’t do while you’re there?If you said “yes” to any of these questions, here are some key trade show tips and regulations you ought to keep in mind.
Planning for your next trade show can be hectic. And sometimes, mistakes can be made when you are trying to juggle several tasks all at once. With that in mind, check out our list of the top mistakes exhibitors make and do your best to avoid them.
What steps can you take as an Exhibit Manager to help your staffers succeed? Having a compelling offer and promoting your presence is essential, but having staffers who can engage show attendees well enough so they can attract, qualify and inform your visitor is paramount. Check out these helpful tips.
Trade shows are a great place for networking and part of that networking may entail finding new recruits for your organization. But it requires different tactics than you’d normally use when interviewing actual applicants behind closed doors at your office. Check out our do’s and don’ts when it comes to finding high-performance prospective employees at trade shows.
As we wrap up the year, sometimes, we have a bit of time to re-visit what worked and maybe catch up on some of our learning. To help you do just that here is a summary our most popular webinars and blog posts for this year.