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Trade Show and Exhibition Checklist

Trade Show and Exhibition Stand Checklist

TickTaking a stall at trade shows, exhibitions and events is a highly effective way of promoting your business and brand to your target audience and a great way to raise your profile. It is important to make the most of the opportunity and planning your stand in advance is key to achieving a successful show or exhibition.

Trade Show and Exhibition ChecklistIt is no good preparing your stall at the last minute. For example custom stands need to be ordered in advance from suppliers and literature and stationery need to be designed and printed prior to the show. You should make sure that you prepare well in advance so that you can get ready with the things that you will need. This will take the stress out of worrying if you have everything ready and will help you make the most on the day.

Here is your checklist that will help you prepare yourself better for the trade show. Alternatively you can download the PDF checklist >>>

 

Pre show/event checklist

Booking

Strategy

Advertising/marketing

Materials

During the event checklist

Post event checklist

Evaluate your participation according to your target for this
event through the:

 

Use the above list to prepare for your show or event and don't forget to think about a theme for your stall to help give it impact. Impressive stands and displays will help make your stall stand out from the rest of the participants and gain more visitors. Above all make sure your stand follows your company or organisation's branding, it helps to instill confidence and consistency in your company or organisation.

Remember to record the names and contact details of visitors to your stall and to follow up any leads straight after the show.

If you need help call us today on 01273 964065 or email us to see how we can help you make the most from your trade show or exhibition stand.

 

Posted 30th March 2015 by Richard Excell

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