We think we can speak for everyone in the industry when we say it was refreshing to see so many trade shows and live events this summer. With the 4th quarter of 2021 already around the corner, this list of large trade shows will get you excited for the future comeback of trade shows going into the new year.
Category: Trade Show Planning and Logistics
There are many factors that go into a successful trade show marketing program. And while both your booth itself and your booth staff are extremely important… what’s a great booth, a great staff, and a great product or service without a great spot on the show floor? Here are a few tips to help you pick the best booth space for your business and a location on the show floor that works to your advantage.
It’s important to be up-to-date on proper food service techniques, especially when you’re giving away snacks as a form of a freebie at your trade shows or events. If your business is not in the foodservice industry but you’re giving away snacks in your booth, you might not be quite as aware as those who are in the industry. However, there are specific things to remember to make your food freebies effective giveaways.
The buzz is that in-person trade shows and events will be back very soon. People are trying to make sense of the role of face-to-face marketing and the risks of getting back into it. In this post we answer some of the top questions that we have been asked by various customers in the past few months in all of the industries that we serve.
With more live events restarting later this year, there will be new requirements for those in attendance. Here are some things to look out for at your upcoming event to make sure you’re up to date on new policies, procedures, and changes. Every show will be a little different post-covid, so do your research to make sure you are good to go when showtime rolls around.
Trade shows are being rescheduled left and right. Some are in-person, some online and some a hybrid of both. While every month that passes is gradually growing in the amount of in-person shows returning, July is looking promising for several large shows across multiple industries. Here are a few big shows that are making a comeback.
Exhibit companies will certainly be working hard to satisfy all requests and orders as efficiently as possible. Unfortunately, supply chain delays and daily lead time fluctuation are new challenges we must all consider due to the pandemic. This means that if you are thinking of exhibiting in the Fall, it is important to begin the planning process sooner than later.
Trade shows are returning! Hopefully that means your business will be returning to them as well. But a common misconception is that because your company “survived” without attending any events over the last year that you will continue to be as successful without this important avenue of marketing. Here are three huge reasons why your business may suffer from cutting trade shows from the budget.
We’ve all recently experienced a break from live events, and aside from the stress of businesses and exhibitors dealing with many canceled shows, the lost opportunities for face-to-face interactions have taken a toll. That’s why exhibitors are ready to hit the ground running now that trade shows are rescheduling and preparing for a fresh start. One positive take away from the downtime is that it’s provided businesses with a chance to reevaluate their trade show marketing plans, goals, and expectations for the year ahead.
There are plenty of ways for large events to implement stricter health-safety measures, but many of these implementations are not exactly ‘new’ or innovative. However, there are new technologies that are going above and beyond the average safety measures we’ve seen throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are just a few that are making the event world a little more comfortable for attendees.
The trade show industry has done everything it could to find its way back. While we can all expect new precautions, rules, and safety limits to create an unfamiliar aspect at trade shows compared to how we once knew them, there are numerous things that we can expect to remain the same. Here are 5 things that haven’t gone anywhere when it comes to trade shows as we know them!
BIOMEDevice Boston is continuing to bring together the brightest minds in 3D printing, biomaterials, surgical robotics, and more. This popular event in the world of biotechnology is moving forward with its 2021 event dates in its own unique way. Read more to learn how.
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.
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.