Having a dynamic and attention-grabbing trade show booth is essential if you are looking to gain an edge over your competition at your next event. It is important for your exhibit to look ready and be ready when the exhibit hall opens its doors. In this post, we outline how to strategically navigate the installation and dismantling (I&D) process to ensure a smooth and stress-free assembly and teardown of your trade show booth.
Organizing trade show logistics and shipping takes careful planning and attention to detail to guarantee all exhibit components arrive at the show venue on time. Whether you attend one or multiple shows during year, our trade show shipping post will help you increase efficiency and hedge against potentially expensive mistakes and that can happen when shipping assets to and from an event.
Because of their unique nature, trade shows blend sophisticated marketing strategy with detailed tactics, so having a comprehensive trade show checklist is a necessity for exhibitors looking to exhibit better on the trade show floor.
Below, we outline a detailed trade show checklist including pre-, during- and post-show tasks and initiatives to ensure your next trade show is a huge success.
While planning for a trade show, exhibitors should take the time to set up a proper framework to gauge and maximize the results of their trade show program and overall trade show ROI.
According to a recent study conducted by Demand Metric (Event Engagement: Accelerating the Customer Lifecycle), 20% of event marketers do not possess a clear understanding on how to properly track or measure their trade show ROI.
In this post, we cover the three most important areas of trade show ROI: aligning organizational goals with trade show objectives, maximizing trade show ROI and tacking and measuring key event marketing metrics to help you exhibit better.
Trade shows, expos and conventions provide companies with a one-of-a-kind marketing opportunity to showcase products and capabilities and engage face-to-face with prospects and clients. In fact, an organization may achieve more at one event than they could over the course of weeks or months of marketing through other mediums.
To reap the many benefits of exhibiting at a trade show, exhibitors need to properly plan for an event. Successful trade show planning takes time, discipline and foresight. This means that exhibitors need to choose the correct show, set clear event marketing objectives, design an effective trade show exhibit and properly promote their presence at the show.
This article will help you prepare for your next trade show by outlining the best practices for planning a trade show, from setting a trade show planning timeline to choosing the right trade show exhibit for your company’s needs and more to help you become a better exhibitor.