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    Simple Questions to Easily Prepare for a Trade Show

    Getting ready for a trade show can be difficult. There is never enough time in the day to feel truly prepared even when the event is months away. With the right sign company, trade show booths and signage can be made to your specifications with minimal effort on your part, but that isn’t the only concern for this type of event.

    Rather than hoping you have remembered everything or, worse yet, not knowing what you needed to remember, there are some simple questions to ask yourself during preparation to make a much smoother event.

    What is the motivation for being part of this event?

    If you are going through the effort to participate in a trade show event, there has to be a good reason. Defining that goal and reasoning can make preparation much easier. If you are going to launch a new product, your signage and talking points should be laser-focused to that goal.

    On the other hand, if you are looking for new networking opportunities, that should be the focus. Having more than one definitive goal could make your display and message harder for consumers to grasp, making a much less effective event for your brand.

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    Is the presenter properly organized?

    Being a presenter is a difficult job but the right amount of organization can make it much simpler. Rather than winging it, having full knowledge of what is to be said and how it correlates with the displays will make a better presentation.

    Even further, being organized can save money and time. Proper organization means less last-minute efforts for preparation and can mean big discounts. An event will be cheaper to buy space in a few months ahead rather than 30 to 60 days before the event.

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    How much space are you working with? Is it enough? Is it too much?

    If you can’t afford a huge space on the floor, you shouldn’t get too concerned. Rather than trying to be bigger than life, it pays off better to best utilize the space that you do have. By making every inch of your booth interactive and interesting, customers will want to spend more time in your booth regardless of size.

    Having something interactive such as a game or DVD playing can add intrigue. Organizing your space so it is easy to navigate can make information quick to learn for attendees and have a better impression than simply having a large area. If you have a smaller space and are unsure of how to best set it up, contact us today. Our professionals will help you plan out your booth for the most impact.