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.
In a tight labor market, recruiting and retaining great sales consultants can be especially hard to do and even more so in a unique industry such as trade shows that requires specialized knowledge about marketing, design and trade show logistics. Check out this sage advice from some of Skyline’s top hiring owners.
People enter the trade show world from a variety of gateway careers. But to grow and to avoid career burnout, professionals need to be mindful and focused when it comes to personal development. Whether you’re a newcomer to trade shows or a seasoned professional, the following represent “must do” activities for career enrichment.
Take control of your trade show program – and your career – by becoming a proactive trade show marketer. See how to be proactive at 7 key areas of your trade show program.
Trade show managers can operate well under stress and have an active, non-stop lifestyle. In order to keep your sanity and avoid burnout follow these 5 steps.