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Making exhibiting easier is in your hands. Appropriate preparation and planning determines your success. The following are some useful tips we have collected from other exhibitors, which you might find helpful in planning your next Wing Ding Tradeshow:

  • Talk to the Trade Show Coordinator. Don't let your questions go unanswered, the staff is very knowledgeable and eager to help.
  • Set realistic, measurable marketing and sales objectives.
  • Create a budget that details all of the show related expenses. This will also help you determine your return on investment (ROI).
  • Don't wing it. Create a timetable for mailings, packing, training, travel, etc.
  • Read everything show management sends you.  All the details are important and even if you have done the show in the past, there are changes at every show.
  • Create a show calendar to keep track of deadlines, especially balance due deadlines.
  • Take the time to develop a professional booth display that will fit within your contracted space and that meets the shows booth configuration regulations.
  • Coordinate your trade show sales efforts and include pre-show promotional mailings, show site specials, and post-show follow up.
  • A sales staff can make or break your show. Choose your staff carefully and take the time to train them well before the show.  Sitting in the back of the booth, reading or sleeping does not make for an inviting booth.
  • Take advantage of free and discounted marketing opportunities. The show organizers work hard to drive attendees to the show, however, you must direct them into your booth.
  • Designate one person as the trade show contact and coordinator to eliminate the risk of miscommunication, mistakes or redundancy.