13. August 2014 08:24
On July 22nd, webinar by Exhib-it, Nomadic Display sponsored a webinar hosted by Exhib-it entitled “Notable Exhibiting Trends: Maximizing Your Verbal and Visual Communication”. This informative webinar provides detailed information on how to make the most of your trade show display. It is just one part of a four part training series entitled “How to Make Tradeshows Work For You.” This enlightening series demonstrates exactly why tradeshows should be a key component of your marketing mix and how to make them work best for you.
“Notable Exhibiting Trends” is an inspiring and practical session that illustrates current exhibit industry trends and provides action items to use in your own organization. If you are new to tradeshows or you are looking to maximize your ROI, this webinar provides you with a constructive guide to help you better connect both visually and verbally with prospective clients.
“Notable Exhibiting Trends” covers a variety of topics that are important to your company’s success at your next tradeshow. Key points covered in the webinar include:
- Key ingredients for great trade show booths
- What an exhibit company should do for you
- Connecting with tradeshow attendees by understanding
personality types and generational profiles
Trade Show Display Trends – Putting it All Together
Over the years tradeshows have evolved from a simple show and tell to a hands-on product confidence builder and branding opportunity for participants. Attendees judge an organization by its presentation. That is why it is more important than ever to fully understand how to connect with customers and create a memorable trade show display.
The webinar takes you from background through to actionable items to enable you to take full advantage of the face-to-face marketing medium. Watch it now
Don’t forget to sign up for the last live session of the series “Making the Most of Your Trade Show Presence” on Oct 21, 2014
Gwen Parsons is the Senior Vice President of Marketing at Nomadic Display. She is a regular contributor to the Nomadic Display Blog and can be found at Google + and LinkedIn.