Anyone who has ever been part of the creative process knows firsthand that designing trade show exhibits can prove a challenge in all the best and worst ways. Creatively, business executives love getting the chance to flex their marketing muscles and design trade show exhibits that effectively capture the very essence of their brand. However, achieving that goal can prove a daunting challenge.
Stretching an already tight budget can be a challenge and the trick is to pursue savings that are transparent to the attendees at your exhibit space. Whether you’re planning your company’s initial launch into trade shows or taking over an exhibit schedule previously handled by another trade show manager, the associated costs can be a little intimidating. If your budget is limited, these 10 tips can help you get the most out of your exhibit dollars:
Topics: Nashville trade show marketing, trade show marketing, Skyline Exhibitor Source, trade show exhibits Nashville, Tradeshow event, trade show leads, budget, marketing budget, ROI, return on investment, budgeting and measurement, trade show planning and logistics
You don’t need to go to Las Vegas to gamble, all you have to do is bring something of high value to a trade show. Everyone is faced with the common problem of theft on the show floor. That being said, I wanted to share some of the tricks of the trade that we have employed over time to take preventative action:
Topics: Nashville trade show marketing, trade show marketing, Skyline Exhibitor Source, trade show exhibits Nashville, Tradeshow event, trade show leads, protecting your trade show booth, theft deterrent
Experiential Marketing At Trade Shows
Some things must be felt, seen, tasted, smelled, attempted, or heard in order to be believed. Through a campaign, we can tell someone what we think or how great our offering is, however there is no replacement for showing someone face to face and allowing them to experience it for themselves.
Experiential marketing allows your skeptical prospects or most dedicated customers to develop an emotional investment in your products or services, literally helping them shape your brand’s evolution. Another by-product of this is shortening the sales cycle because the prospects and clients are becoming more comfortable with who and what they are purchasing.
Topics: Insider, Nashville trade show marketing, marketing, trade show marketing, trade show exhibits Nashville, Tradeshow event, trade show leads, branding, F2F, face to face marketing, B2B, client relationships, experiential marketing
Join us for our upcoming Tradeshow Marketing Showcase & Seminar – “Don't Be Left in the Dark”! We are planning an informative and fun event with lunch, beer & wine, prizes, and invaluable information to equip you and your team with the most innovative tools for tradeshow marketing success.