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:
You’ve probably heard us talk a lot about how an event display can be a much larger undertaking than many realize. Installing a beautiful and eye-catching display can take not just hours, but in some cases, days. A picture – or in this case, a video – is worth 1,000 words, so we’ve decided not just to talk about the installation of a consumer event display, but show it!
As we kick off another exciting year of event marketing, more brands than ever are entering the space, attending their first of many consumer events or trade shows. For those that are new to event marketing, the very first question most ask is: how many events should we be attending this year?
2017 has been quite the year…but you know us at USA Expo: it’s not enough to just say it was, we like to back it up with data. From holiday shows to conferences, home shows and even street festivals, we were there for it all with our clients. In 2017, we achieved:
Participating in B2C event marketing shows can seem like a dream come true. You can reach thousands of potential customers simply by showing up and talking about your products and services! And all those customers you speak to on that day will be lining up for sales, right? Maybe it’s too good to be true…