Email can be an effective and low-cost method for promoting trade show attendance and increasing booth traffic at your next event. But too often, marketers fall short by using a one-size-fits-all email strategy. Truth is, different audiences respond to different triggers, so the savvy email marketer should take time to develop targeted campaigns and messaging for each of their email target audiences.
So you’ve decided to exhibit at a trade show. Congratulations! This is going to be one of the hardest, most rewarding things you can do for your business. There’s a lot more that goes into a successful trade show experience other than showing up. But have no fear, we’re here to help you through your first trade show experience. We’ve compiled a list of 15 tips for a successful first trade show.
If you’re just getting started planning your company’s first trade show, a branded table throw should be your first purchase. Not only is a logo-printed table throw a fantastic branding tool, but it can also be multi-purposed for use at a variety of other corporate events, from job fairs to holiday parties. Truth is, a branded table throw is so versatile and indispensable that it’s often considered the Little Black Dress of the trade show industry.
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