Within a few days of returning from a trade show, it’s important to get together with your team to review the event’s successes and failures. To ensure you capture this feedback in a way that can guide next year’s exhibit, we’d like to offer up the following list of staff questions.
Category: Trade Show Exhibiting
Planning your company’s trade show for the first time can be overwhelming, but successful planning and execution can yield rewarding results. It may be helpful to remember the 4 E’s as you embark on your first trade show planning and execution.
You don’t need to have a large booth space to make a big impact at a trade show. There are plenty of successful exhibitors that use 10’ x 10’ spaces. Check out some ideas to help you maximize your brand while increasing lead generation.
Skyline Exhibits conducted research among exhibitors to learn about the status of International Exhibiting. We compared the results received in 2018 to those from a similar survey sent in 2008. To read detailed findings and quotes from your peers exhibiting internationally please request the full white paper here.
When it comes to planning an exhibit or a trade show, it often falls upon someone who already has a full plate. How can you handle this additional responsibility while still performing your regular duties and responsibilities? It isn’t easy, but here are a few tips to help make it more manageable.
Experiential marketing allows your customers to have an emotional investment in your products or services, literally letting them help shape your brand’s evolution. But if it creates such memorable experiences, why aren’t more trade show marketers using it?
In today’s world of tight budgets, every exhibitor is looking for free or low-cost ways to maximize the ROI of their trade show dollar. To help the budget-conscious marketing professional, we’ve compiled this list of ten absolutely free resources.
The best booth design won’t make up for a poor trade show strategy. To ensure your exhibits are a success, watch out for these 10 most common trade show exhibiting mistakes.