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9 Ways to Make the Most of Your Appearance at a Trade Show

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Trade shows are a very important tool that can be used in the event business.  According to this new article from Huffington Post, it’s a way of showing different aspects of your business, and it can bring together an entire industry in one place.  Connecting an industry can give your business the opportunity for growth.  Try following these tips at your next trade show booth.

  1. Don’t treat it as work
  2. Weigh costs vs realistic value
  3. Be extracurricular
  4. Study and prepare
  5. Bring your notepad
  6. #Tag it
  7. Create alliances with other exhibitors
  8. Create a welcoming booth

For the 9th tip, click here.

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