Trade Show Emporium Helps Businesses Stay Ahead of the Curve With Tricks and Tips for Trade Shows
Denver, Colorado October 17, 2013 Business News(PRLEAP.COM) We'll be the first to admit it. Trade shows are a lot of work. This is why Trade Show Emporium had decided to help out businesses with a few items to keep you a head of the curve and your competition.
Between the coordination and preparation of your booth, securing all of the details behind the scenes with conventions, hotels, shipping, renting, graphics, promotional items, and prepping the sales force working the event can be difficult enough. It is imperative that your team, whether it is just one person, or a whole team be prepared.
Our trade show resident expert and president of Trade Show Emporium, Willis Wood Jr. has been working in the industry since 2005. Willis quickly realized that there was a four step process to preparing companies for trade shows, design, pre-show, show and post show. Simple enough right? We made sure to include some thought provoking questions for your company to mull over before you have problems on your hands. In order for you and your company to find out more, download the free PDF file attached to this press release.
Planning is essential to a smooth and successful trade show. Many of the convention centers will have multiple trade shows going on at the same time making simple arrangements like shipping occasionally convoluted. To combat this we have placed a trade show calendar that gathers all of the information regarding domestic and international trade shows on our main page on our website. This easy to use calendar allows users to sort by industry, city, country, month, show name and region just in case you are unclear which show your business needs to attend. It is also a great way to see what shows your competition is going to. It will take a few minutes of work, but the trade show calendar has links to the direct site where vendors are listed.
Look, we want your business to succeed and we are willing to do everything possible to make your trade show a success. You can keep informed on tricks and tips through our Twitter feed, browse for new ideas on our Flickr page, or contact us with any questions you may have.
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