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June 26, 2017
Any event, at its core, is all about content. Content is the driving force behind attracting attendees to your event, keeping them engaged and returning for more. It’s what establishes an organization as a thought leader, a credible partner or trusted advisor in your market. Content can make – or break – an event. But developing content that will appeal to your target audience can be time-... more
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June 22, 2017
Coordinating trade shows and exhibitions come with their fair share of challenges and one of them is how to best engage attendees. Did you know that messaging apps are used on average nine times a day, compared to 1.9 times a day for all other apps? Text messaging and mobile apps can be used to communicate information to attendees to increase the success of your event. Text messages that inform... more
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June 19, 2017
From big trades to trivial activities such as grocery shopping, technology has made its way into our daily lives and it’s here to stay. One such field that has embraced the technological revolution is event planning. Technology has changed the way events are planned, executed and managed. The past decade has seen multiple innovations, some bordering on brilliant that have completely transformed... more
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June 16, 2017
Trade show managers are always searching for the latest marketing trends to drive their booth’s attendance. Social media participation is key for any large event, enabling trade show goers to stay more engaged with instant updates on floor activities, educational opportunities and speaker sessions.  Every exhibitor wants to have some sort of social engagement during a show and smart trade... more
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June 12, 2017
Whether directional, advertising or general information, signage is a vital component of tradeshows providing necessary information to participants. Often, it is also one of the least environmentally friendly aspects of events and tradeshows. While it may not possible to do away with this form of communication, it’s environmental impact can be minimized by reducing, rethinking, recycling and... more
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June 9, 2017
On your post-event survey, are you asking attendees if this is their first time attending your event? Anecdotally, I can tell you that 70-80 percent of event organizers we speak with ask their attendees this question. And it makes sense: the keys to growing your event are based on your ability to attract new attendees while retaining your current customer base. If an attendee doesn’t return to... more
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June 7, 2017
Throughout the registration process of an event, show management has the opportunity to collect an incredible amount of data about their show’s attendees. This data – registration and attendance patterns, demographics, region and registration classification – is a rich source of information. Taking data and making it work for you is about more than just capturing information. Data needs to... more
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June 1, 2017
I was recently reading a trade show industry blog and one of my pet peeves jumped out and grabbed me. My blood pressure immediately shot up. It was an article on how an exhibitor enticed attendees to drop off their business cards in a bucket at their exhibit to win a TV and how wonderful it was to get so many more trade show leads. The only problem is, the cards – that they... more
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May 30, 2017
Organizers are constantly looking for any edge to grow their shows. But those who plan and consider the Second-Year Quotient can experience a big difference – both to the bottom line and attendee satisfaction. “2YQ” can be strategic planning factor that is based on the likelihood first-time attendees will return to the same event in the future. Driving return attendance is a hot button issue for... more
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May 25, 2017
Each time you sell your products at a trade show display, you put in a lot of effort, time and money. It is, therefore, paramount to find all ways of maximizing that investment. Your primary objective should be on how to create an attention that will remain even after the show, no matter how small your budget might be. Custom trade show displays do not have to be very expensive, but they have... more
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