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When you’re planning your exhibition stand, you’ll need to consider event WiFi. What will you use it for? How fast do you need it to be? And how many devices will need to be connected at once? These are all things that need to be considered when planning WiFi for an event. Here, we take a quick look at how to plan your WiFi for your next event.
When you’ve secured your exhibition stand at your next event, you then you need to start to consider and plan your space to make the best use of your days at the show. Here, we take a look at how to design pop up displays and the top things to avoid to make sure your exhibition design is professional and high impact.
When you exhibit at a corporate event or trade show, one of the basic goals for most businesses is to capture leads and data for potential future business. We’ve previously taken a closer look at some clever ways to attract visitors to your stand when you’re exhibiting, but what do you actually need to be doing to turn each visitor into a valuable lead?
UK pet owners would now rather cut back spending on themselves than cut back spending on their pets and with 30% of millennial pet owners keen to keep their pet up to date with all the latest trends, the industry is thriving with animal-owners desperate to spoil their beloved pets. In fact, luxury pet care is predicted to be one of the best markets for businesses to invest in for 2019 with the UK pet care market reaching 5.1 billion euros in 2018.
With some of the biggest and best fashion and beauty trade shows in Europe hosted in the UK, there is a plethora of retail inspiration to be found at these exhibitions. From new season trends to state of the art technology changing the face of the industries, if you have a business in either the fashion or beauty world, ensure you make your way to the trade shows that suit your business the best.
The baby market is booming. Households are spending an average of 38% of their income on their children with baby care, clothing and home noted as some of the winning categories. The UK children’s apparel market is set to be worth £6.6 billion by 2021 with an expected growth rate of 2.3% year on year. So, it’s no wonder that the UK’s biggest baby trade shows are seeing high levels of attendance every year. If you’re in the baby market, can you really afford not to be there?
Whether you’re planning your first ever trade show display or you’re gathering props for a brand-new product launch, if you’re in the fashion or lifestyle sectors, you’re going to need mannequins to bring your clothing to life.
When you’re planning for an exhibition or event, there are several aspects of your strategy that need to be prepared for in advance, alongside your set-up, signage and promotional materials. One of these things is short term card machine hire or PDQ machine hire to allow you to temporarily take card payments on location.
Don’t want to miss out on customers at your next exhibition? We don’t blame you. When it comes to exhibitions and events, your customers are less and less likely to be carrying cash in their pockets ready to spend. Now, cards are king and if you can’t accept card payments, chances are you’re going to lose out on one too many potential sales.