The show has been selected, your space has been designed, now it's time to choose who will staff the event. Is it smart to send your all-star employees, or are they best kept at home to continue with the day-to day business? Here's our suggestions for deciding who to send, who to keep back at the office, and when to know if you need outside help.
The visual appearance of your booth carries a lot of weight. A good, effective design can make your space stand out on the show floor, inviting guests to interact and engage with your brand. Your space also communicates brand values, a relevant promotion or other important information. Here's our tips for designing your space:
You may be familiar with Darice, one of the largest nationwide craft suppliers with over 45,000 SKUs. Previously restricted to wholesale customers, Darice has recently removed their Tax ID requirement, offering wholesale pricing to makers of all kinds. Here’s a look at how the USA Expo team works with Darice in a variety of ways.
Digital displays are a great way to show a variety of content with minimal costs. Typically, TVs or monitors run scrolling slides, promoting products, services, or contact information. By spending a little additional time brainstorming, thinking through all aspects of your display and preparing content, you can feature something that may be more memorable and increase both booth attendance and engagement. Here's 3 ideas to get your inspiration going:
Marketing through events is a way to gain brand recognition, promote a product or service, increase your customer base, or maybe learn more about your audience face to face. If your brand has a presence at events, you have most likely looked into, or are currently sponsoring. It's a great tactic that could help your event marketing efforts. Sponsorships typically come with a cost though, and there is a chance that a sponsorship may not help to see additional success. Here’s our tips for effectively evaluating your sponsorships: