Tips For Boosting Trade Show Operations

Contemplate Trade Show Display Booth Flow. Your staff and attendees should be able to move about freely .

A busy trade show is hectic. There are a lot of attendees coming and going. Some may become future customers and some may be current customers, so you want to make sure you give all of them the proper amount of attention and provide them with the right materials.

You, therefore, should plan for how you will operate your booth prior to the trade show. This plan will make ensure that everything gets done, whether it is slow or hectic or somewhere in between. Here are some tips to make sure that occurs (and to also make sure you have fun, too):

  • Contemplate Trade Show Display Booth Flow. Your staff and attendees should be able to move about freely within your Trade Show Display Booth. Don’t let them bump into table corners, storage bins, or Trade Show Exhibits. A trade show expert can help you plan and set-up your Trade Show Booth accordingly.
  • Set Limited Goals. Set two-three goals before the trade show and center your attention on attaining them (don’t despair if you don’t, just figure out why and make corrections for the next trade show).  
  • Figure Out Duties. In addition to determining what materials to distribute and what ads to display, figure out who will do what and at what times. Perhaps one employee will do a certain task all day or perhaps they’ll split tasks. Make sure everyone knows their duties and what’s expected beforehand.
  • Account for Internet Crashes. Many trade show exhibiters rely on the Internet for displays, interactions, and communications. Such is great, but having so many people using Wi-Fi can crash even a terrific system. Always have a backup plan in place and ready to go.
  • Watch Over the Process. Keep an eye on what’s going on. Of course you don’t want to annoy your employees, but you do want to make sure everything is running smoothly and answer all questions that might arise. 


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Jeffrey J. Burns is an experienced exhibition designer in California and Marketing Manager with an experience in Trade Show Display Booth at Next level display. Nldisplay is a leading California trade show display company specializing in creating an effective trade show booth, trade show rentals, pop up displays, exhibits, tension fabric displays, hybrid exhibits, portable modular displays and exhibit lighting and staging. Next level display have a trade show display that fits every budget and style, including trade show pop up displays, truss systems, banner stands, and much more!

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