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Promotional Ideas for your Next Conference

Posted by Christine King on Thu, Apr 4, 2013

Are you getting bored with the promotional products you get for attending conferences?  What about the ones that you give away to your attendees?  Do you have room in your closet for another tote bag or in your kitchen for another water bottle?   Get the hint yet…..we need to break away and find something fresh and new to give away at our next conferences.  To help get you started with your own brainstorming session – here are a few ideas:



Topics: Exhibitors/Tradeshows, Marketing

So many vendors……so little time!

Posted by Megan Brouwer on Thu, Mar 28, 2013

Being a meeting planner for an third party meeting planning company, I work with dozens of vendors for every conference.  I consider it a luxury when I am able to work with the same vendor multiple times. Based on our past experience, the vendor knows me, understands what I am looking for and we have established how to work together to pull off a successful event. The trial and error phase of our working relationship has been completed.  However that luxury does not happen very often when conferences move state to state, country to country. 


Topics: Exhibitors/Tradeshows

Things to Remember from the Exhibitor’s Perspective

Posted by Lisa Appiarius on Mon, Mar 11, 2013

It is important to me as an exhibitor, who is making an investment of my company’s time and money, to participate in events that will allow me to gain a potential return on my investment.  I want to be reassured that an opportunity exists to establish new contacts, reconnect with existing customers, and pursue new business.  As an exhibitor I should not be viewed as just more money in the coffers, but as a possible long-term tsrelationship which will benefit both of us. I will be more likely to return year after year if these goals can be achieved.  So put your best foot forward and help me by providing what I need to be successful. 

Below are the top three most important things to me as an exhibitor.


Topics: Exhibitors/Tradeshows

Meeting Planners, Suppliers, Tradeshow Organizers…Oh My!

Posted by Justina Treventi on Thu, Oct 4, 2012

As the Manager of Business Development for an independent meeting planning company, foot trafficI have been afforded the opportunity to attend a variety of events both as a supplier and a planner. Because I have been on both sides, I feel it makes me a better attendee in each capacity. I’d like to share a few observations:



Topics: Exhibitors/Tradeshows

Driving traffic through your exhibit hall during your meeting

Posted by Sara Burton on Thu, Aug 23, 2012

The arrangement and display of your exhibit hall is critical to both your exhibitors andexhibit attendees. Check out our favorite ideas on how to create a highly memorable experience for everyone.


Topics: Exhibitors/Tradeshows