On November 8, 2021, the United States government officially ended its 20-month travel ban for international travelers. The lift of the travel ban is an excellent sign to trade show organizers that they can start extending invites to international exhibiting companies once more. If you are planning on attending some U.S. trade shows, check out our quick to-do list before you start planning.
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With many trade shows staying on track and proceeding as planned, we know that each large show city has different guidelines. In this blog post, we are taking a closer look at successful events that have happened in Chicago, and other fun things to do while you aren’t on the show floor!
With staffing expenses hitting around 20% for many exhibitors, it’s important to pay close attention to costs when sending your staff to a live, in-person trade show. Rather than cutting costs in your booth that could hinder the appearance or experience in your exhibit, consider these tips to save you money when sending your trade show staff to your next event.
Companies have been struggling to figure out how to make virtual exhibits a successful replacement of real, in-person trade shows. The hard truth is that these companies likely won’t find a parallel solution because in-person marketing is irreplaceable. Check out our 3 big reasons why live, in-person experiences are so much more important than digital experiences.
As business returns to normal, it still may take some time before people feel comfortable traveling again. However, it’s important for travelers to know that convention centers, hotels, and airlines are taking great strides to make traveling a clean and safe experience.
With the threat of the Coronavirus, more people are taking pause before booking their travel to their next event. You may wonder what you need to think about when preparing to travel or organize your next event. Here are some things to keep in mind as you plan business travel.
From cosmopolitan haute cuisine to barbeque and classic Southern food, Atlanta’s restaurant scene offers something for everyone. To help convention-staff find quality nibbles and nosh within walking distance of their event venue, we present this list of our top picks, organized by location.
Las Vegas is not all nightlife, gambling, and shows. There’s a quieter side of Vegas that could be just what visitors are looking for when they want a few minutes away from the hustle & bustle of the trade show floor. Check out this list of some sights often unseen and take a second look at all that Las Vegas has to offer.