We had the pleasure of interviewing Vince Battaglia, Founder of B2B Communications. The company designs and supplies all of the data available on our website's trade show calendar. The trade show calendar includes a comprehensive list of various shows and exhibits held around the United States. It allows users to customize their search based on the show’s name, location, and industry. Learn more about Vince, The Trade Show Calendar, and how he began his career in the trade show industry.
When asked for their top tips and best practices during our recent #asktheexperts Twitter campaign, these recognized industry experts shared their insights. From around the web and around the globe, emotion and engagement are taking center stage when it comes to trade show trends in 2016.
No matter the company or the product, there is a world of
possibility that exists in terms of ensuring your trade show exhibit leaves a unique impression on the minds of attendees. Your little corner of the show floor presents your company with the opportunity to wave the banner of your unique brand in a way that draws bodies in and ultimately closes their business. Here are some helpful tips on making the most out of your exhibit:
Sometimes you can learn a range of life lessons from a good book. Libraries and bookcases are really classrooms, and each flick of the page educates a little more on the good, the bad, and the ugly. But what if you could write one of the classics? What tales would you want to tell to the trade show world?
We've compiled a list of revised classics below -- the must-have volumes for every trade show manager's bookcase. Each title represents a story to learn from, laugh with, or thank heavens you're not a part of. Hopefully, you'll never find yourself as a character in one of these.
Do you remember what it was like when you prepared for your last job interview? There was likely a great deal of time spent getting ready for your meeting: pressing your suit, styling your hair, reviewing key notes on the position, and getting plenty of rest (just for starters).
In a similar way, the planning and preparation that goes into a successful trade show requires no less attention to detail. Everything you do matters before, during, and after your next show! With this in mind, we've compiled a list of essential ways to make sure you hit the show floor running towards success.
It all comes down to this: Do you want the job, or not?
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