“How to Make Trade Shows Work for You”
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Trade shows offer an outstanding opportunity to present your business to a large number of people in a short period of time. How can you make the most of these opportunities? Our webinar series, How to Make Tradeshows Work for You, demonstrates why tradeshows should be a key component of your marketing mix.
Each quarter in 2014, we released a new, practical, “how-to guide” on maximizing the power of trade show participation. Now, you can enjoy the entire 4-part comprehensive package, or pick the one that best fits your needs.
Whether you are a first-time entrepreneur introducing new ideas to the marketplace, or a seasoned sales and marketing professional, these webinars will help give you the support, tools, and techniques you need to succeed at trade shows. This training series is inspired by the book, The NOISE Behind Business: How to Make Tradeshows Work a well-researched compilation of research, best practices, and ideas from the best and brightest in the tradeshow industry. (Learn more about the book below.)
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The NOISE Behind Business: How to Make Tradeshows Work is a comprehensive trade show guide. It explores topics such as the tradeshow eco-system and the relationship between buyers and sellers, branding, show selection, pre-show planning, pre-show marketing, budgeting, staffing, and demonstrations — and even ventures into virtual trade shows and projections into the future. It appeals to a wide audience, including:
- Academic Community — There are far too few quick-read holistic books written from an “industry voice” like this one
- Marketing Departments — Too often, your tradeshow program needs a tune-up and ideas to take it to the next level
- Tradeshow Managers — The corporate evangelists who need content and tools to justify and build value around their programs and careers
- Sales Staff — The people who will “make or break” the tradeshow program based upon their exhibit personnel performance
- Tradeshow Suppliers — These are the folks who make trade shows happen
- The Curious — This industry is comprised of many who, whether by accident or by serendipity, find the idea of this type of marketing exhilarating and would like to learn more