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Louis Skyline Trade Show Consultant, Michael Flavin, has scheduled four (4) educational online webinars for Trade Show Marketers in the Saint Louis, Missouri area, during the months of October & November, 2011.
Let's Talk Trade Shows is targeted at the new or occasional exhibitor who has been given the task of ensuring a positive ROI on a trade show investment.
Although virtual trade shows operate like the real thing, experts agree that it will likely never replace the physical show.
Trade shows are a place for companies to interact, one on one, with customers of theirs that they may never truly get to meet and speak to outside of the trade show circuit.
For instance, the National Cattlemen's Beef Association (NCBA) Trade Show last year began giving its exhibitors marketing kits with tips for getting the most out of the show.
I sometimes shake my head when I walk through trade shows," says the vice-president of Equipment World.
The Inaugural Trade Show sponsored by the Bronx-Manhattan North Association of Realtors was a tremendous success and achieved well beyond the committee's expectations.
As of mid-May, registration for the 2002 Paper Recycling Conference & Trade Show was up 15 percent compared to the same period last year, reports Jeff director of seminars and conferences for GIE Media.
Years ago, when N+I was a young show, and before Ethernet and the Internet were as significant factors as they are today, shows like N+I were essential, If you wanted information about vendors and products, and wanted it all in one place, trade shows were the best way to find it.
If exhibitors don't make money or find customers at trade shows, they'll stop going to trade shows and won't buy booths.
Given the right venue and proper planning, trade shows are another opportunity to increase your casting sales.