Published on 03/05/2019
If your business is going to be exhibiting at a trade show or conference this autumn now is the time to start planning.
That's if you want to build on results to date or transform them into something more exciting altogether.
The old Boy Scouts motto “Be Prepared” holds true equally well for organising exhibition participation.
I probably don’t need to tell you that one of the biggest keys to exhibiting success is preparation.
So give yourself the time to think and plan.
It’s amazing how a date that once seemed so far off can sneak up on you.
All of that preparation work you promised yourself you would do is suddenly heavily under threat due to lack of time.
The trick is to build event planning time into your work schedule well in advance of the event.
Work through the many tasks associated with event planning in manageable chunks rather than in one big rush close to the event.
You just don’t need that kind of stress.
The team here at Guardian Display can help you plan and organise successful participation for one event or a whole series.
And, we can remove large chunks of work from your busy schedule.
By talking to you in detail about your objectives for an event, your key messages, target audience, stand position, size, and layout, we can present proposals for moving your results upwards.
And that's not just referring to your stand design; this is about your overall exhibiting results.
Leads generated and sales made.
Tell us about the companies that you most want to be doing business with.
Describe the people within them by their job title or function.
Tell us about their concerns and problems and what your company does to address and solve them.
We will convert that information into a stand design and exhibiting proposal designed to help you meet your sales objectives.
If you don't like our ideas, no problem. That will be our loss, not yours.
So do get in touch, you have nothing to lose. In fact, you have a lot to gain.
To arrange a no-obligation consultation about your event marketing, call 01702 662 111 or email [email protected]