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Ten Ways to Make an Impression at Your Next Trade Show

  1. Make sure you have the best personnel working the booth; Professional, Friendly, with lots of Energy for the full show, no frowns or indifference to the attendees.
  2. Make sure you have cool memorable Business Cards or a Scanner for recording your new contacts; then follow up.
  3. Make people feel Comfortable at your booth. Have a bottle of water and a snack for them.
  4. Make your Booth Noticeable.
  5. Make sure your Signage is clean and clear with your Company Logo, Tagline and Product focus.
  6. Make your Booth Fun…Have an Interactive Game for attendees to play.
  7. Give out a Large and Unique Convention Bag that will be noticeable to everyone at the show.
  8. Give everyone a Memorable, and useful Promotional Product to take home. You want them to use it on their return. Statistics indicate they will remember you.
  9. Make sure your Show Table is organized with Professional Product and Company Information packets. Do not have a distracting and cluttered table or booth
  10. Provide a Special Trade Show “Deal”for Interested clients

Make sure you follow up immediately either at the show electronically or on your return to the company. Send them a quick email with something personal and special about meeting them. You have now started to build a relationship!

Testimonials

Don & Hilda are a real success story – from the corporate world into the world of entrepreneurship. From guarantees to risk and ownership… in their business, the Devil’s in the details, and they’ve become widely known for keeping the Devil out of your business! I’ve known Don for at least 10 years through our involvement with the GMA and Chambers of Commerce. Alpine understands marketing and perfectly understands the role that logo-wear and specialty items can play (when used properly) in maintaining the brand and building customer loyalty for their clients.
Joel KaczmarekConsultant, Coach, Trainer and SpeakerBusiness Development, Sales and Sales Management