The world might be ready to get back to business, but that doesn’t mean that some people won’t still be hesitant to travel, which includes to in-person trade shows and events. Here are five tips that will help you be as attentive as possible and show your attendees that you care about their well-being.
Category: Trade Show Planning and Logistics
Along with many other things, public-facing touchscreens need to be thought of in the new viral conscious context of COVID-19. Regular disinfectant-grade cleaning is necessary to help ensure that surfaces do not harbor viruses and bacteria. Here are some guidelines that you can use for safely disinfecting touchscreen surfaces.
As we head back into live events, we’ll see many changes in how each one is fulfilled. One very important aspect for exhibitors to prepare for is how attendees feel about stepping back into public spaces, specifically large events like trade shows. Read why it’s important to start contemplating hybrid events.
With this downtime before most trade shows resume, now is the perfect time to check in on your exhibit properties and determine if they are ready to go as is or if they may need some updates or repairs before they make another appearance. Here is a useful checklist when it comes to making sure that your exhibit is up to par.
With safety being top of mind as rescheduled trade show dates start approaching, the number one destination in the US for trade shows is showing the world that it’s well prepared. The Las Vegas Sands Expo Convention Center has united industry professionals and health experts to ensure best practices at future meetings, conventions, and trade shows. See how!
After having to cancel their 2020 trade show, the International Housewares Association took certain measures to ensure a safe and productive return for their 2021 event. See what steps they are taking for a successful show during the COVID-19 pandemic.
While it’s a fact that business relationships, experiences and interactions cannot be duplicated on a digital level, we as a networking industry have begun filling this face-to-face void with virtual trade shows and events. And even though the advantages don’t always equate to or outweigh the benefits of in-person trade shows, they’re worth addressing.
Due to social distancing from the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, virtual events are popular right now. But the virtual event world may be confusing and overwhelming for some. Don’t worry! If you have a vision, amazing content, and a trusted event partner who knows virtual, you are ready to get started! Here are some great tips for you.
After the trade show industry halted face-to-face marketing for health and safety reasons, it is encouraging to see several large shows forging ahead with their planned (or postponed) dates for next year. Here is a list of some of the larger trade shows in the U.S. that have rescheduled or are continuing to proceed as planned in-person next year.
It’s no secret that it’s tough keeping an audience engaged during virtual events. Distractions can interfere with your ability to keep attendees focused on your keynote speakers or breakout sessions. Check out the following tips that will KEEP your audience engaged and excited through the duration of your event.
Who would have thought that a worldwide pandemic would prevent your business from displaying its beautifully branded exhibit? Well, since our current reality is that trade shows are inoperable, here’s a list of ideas for your business to make use of its exhibit in the meantime (when done in a safe environment).
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.
We are in unprecedented times right now with the COVID-19 coronavirus. Here’s a list of things you can do to supplement your trade show program while we socially isolate and give this virus time to run its course as well as a few suggestions for what to do with some of your trade show exhibits laying dormant.