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Candy Adams, CTSM, CEM, CMP, CMM, a.k.a. “The Booth Mom®”, is a veteran exhibit-management consultant and project manager, exhibit staff trainer, exhibitor educator, and award-winning writer who guides exhibitors through the trade show marketing maze to increase their show ROI while decreasing show expenses.  www.BoothMom.com / CandyAdams@BoothMom.com What’s your response to a medical emergency on […]

Sponsorships aren't just for the big exhibiting companies. Increase your brand awareness and booth traffic by maximizing sponsorships.
It’s human nature to seek out the new, the unexplored, the lesser-known places in our world. Creative renewal and inspiration often happen in these new places, which draw even more people to them. These four cities are examples of destinations growing in popularity with meeting and event planners. They all have walkable downtowns, charming hospitality and enough individual personality to inspire attendees.
While it is often suggested that younger people have little interest in exhibitions and conferences, the opposite is in fact true. This new generation is forming strong communities which demand live meetings, says Maurits van der Sluis, COO of RAI Amsterdam. It is their requirements which differ from previous generations, however… What does this mean in practice for organizers, venues and exhibitors?
Learn how you can unburden the load for exhibitors with these 4 golden rules from Remco Pot of RAI Amsterdam
The irony is that almost every single exhibitor could easily improve their results by ditching one or more of the following bad habits and strategies.

By Marlys Arnold, Exhibit Marketing Strategist; Speaker, Author, Consultant; Trade Show Insights Blog/Podcast Host It’s a sad fact of our modern culture that many things with little to no value receive a high percentage of attention, particularly in the popular media. But just because reality TV and do-nothing celebrities take over our national spotlight, that’s […]

Enhance your attendees' experience at your show with these ideas from the retail industry and Amazon.

By Sam Lippman You don’t have to be in the prediction business to safely predict event organizers will see a proliferation of amazing technology introductions over the next several years. Because Lippman Connects produces events for convention and exhibition professionals, we have the responsibility to observe and chart the burgeoning interest in event technologies. That […]

Originally published by GES By Reagan Cook , Manager, Strategy & MarketWorks, GES Using data in events and exhibitions doesn’t mean doing a rough head count. In an environment where executives are asked to squeeze their marketing budgets for all they’re worth, it’s vital to create engagement with your customers and prospects on their paths […]