So, you and your team are finally headed to the Trade Show...
It's been a long time in the planning. You've invested a lot of time, energy, and money into
your exhibit booth. The sales team is counting on a slew of new leads. Your manager / boss is expecting results.
Every detail has been gone over with a fine tooth comb: carpet, furniture, display signage,
brochures, give aways, staff uniforms, lighting, badge scanners, exhibitor rules and regulations... there's a neat check mark by every item.
But what about the WOW?
How will you grab (and hold) attention in the wall-to-wall crush on the exhibit hall floor? How can you compete with the established titans in your industry? What can you do to stand out from the crowd?
Chances are, those items are NOT on your official Trade Show checklist.
No problem, I've got your back. In fact THAT'S my specialty!
Let me and my team turn your booth into an attention-grabbing MUST SEE attraction.
In an exhibit hall packed with look-alike stands, boring pitches, and row upon row of
more-of-the-same, you'll have people swinging by your booth again and again to check on the progress of your eye-catching brand masterpiece- giving you multiple opportunities to build rapport and capture info.
Let's face it, there are few things more painful than being stuck on the
sidelines... watching time, money, and your big chance to impress slip
through your fingers. While the big guns are raking in more leads and sales
than they can handle.
Imagine instead that your booth is filled with attendees taking selfies with
YOUR BRAND as the star attraction, and a steady stream of inquiries and interest
as people flock to see what the buzz is all about.
While your competitors are droning on about their widgets, you're wowing
the crowds with live models- artistically (and conservatively) painted to display your brand.
Not only will you have prospective clients and customers sharing images of your
brand across social media, with nearby friends, and with their entire team, but chances are it will be one of the few things they vividly remember after the
exhibition finally closes its doors.