Have you ever been approached by a marketer who, ten minutes later, had miraculously convinced you to buy their product or donate to their charity? If so, you’ve probably realised that face-to-face marketing is anything but obsolete in today’s digital age.
Planning an event can be stressful, hard-work and time-consuming but it doesn’t have to be. With our top successful event planning tips, you can create an easy-to-follow schedule and ensure you have all the help you need to promise a fantastic event.
No matter what event you have in store, an event management plan or event plan checklist is essential to ensuring you plan the perfect event or special occasion in the most efficient and organised way possible.
Taking on the challenge of exhibiting at an exhibition might seem rather intimidating or even just an expensive marketing exercise.
The key to a successful trade show is a detailed and organised plan. With plenty of prior preparation and a lot of thought, you can easily put together a successful strategy that will really make your business shine.
It doesn’t matter how long you’ve been in the exhibition business, there are always new and creative ways to attract visitors to your stand.
Event planning is a booming industry. Over 1.3 million events are held annually in the business market alone. And event professionals expect this number to continue to grow. That said, jumping in and starting your own event planning business is a daunting prospect, but less so if you know where to start. Here’s an easy 10-item to do list to help you out.
While having a good sales strategy is crucial to your marketing success, trade shows are a fantastic way to meet prospective clients while allowing your business to gain exposure.
Like all aspects of business, and wider everyday life, exhibitions and exhibitors must start to think green and take steps to cut down the environmental impact of trade shows.
2017 is quickly slipping away and Christmas will be with us before we know it. 2017 has been a fantastic year in the UK exhibition industry.