Many trade shows offer designated lounges that can be used for conducting one-on-one discussions with clients. In this post, we’ll discuss the merits of open, semi-private and exclusive meeting areas, and discuss the pros and cons of each.
Category: Branding and Design
In an age where technology brings the world so much closer, the ability to segment design for the immediate audience has never been more important. Putting your brand on display through trade shows and events magnifies the attention you will receive and the scrutiny that you’ll be under. The question is whether you are inspiring your prospect or merely polluting the space.
Do you have a lot of repeat or long-standing customers? Then you might assume that you have been providing them with ideal customer service when in fact they might only be mildly satisfied – ordering from you out of convenience or habit instead of brand loyalty. Consider these keys to help achieve true loyalty and leave a lasting impression.
With countless exhibitors competing for their attention, conference and expo attendees tend to make quick, visual decisions on who deserves their focus. With that in mind, the following booth design and onsite tips are among the tried and true steps used by effective exhibitors.
Does your exhibit catch the eye of the average customer passing by? Here are a few tips from a first-time trade show attendee that are sure to make sure you aren’t losing too many customers before you even have the chance to speak with them.
Are you using the 5 senses to give a truly unique experience to your prospects at your trade show or event? Learn how to make the most of each of the 5 senses to “wow” the crowd.
Your brand is your calling card. Develop an easily recognizable brand to establish a lasting relationship with your customers at the trade show or event. Learn how to discover your brand with a few key questions.
Although technology and social media have changed the demands of what clients want within their trade show exhibit, one factor has remained constant through 30 years; “impress me.” What else does the future hold for exhibit design?