Designing an event no longer means simply crafting the color scheme and structures. It’s about creating engagement and memorable 3-D experiences. In this interview from Event Marketer magazine, you’ll learn some examples and strategies from design experts Robin Stapley and Heather Camardello from GES.
It seems last month’s post on Reinventing the Trade Show Floor touched a few nerves. First, there were a handful of unsubscribes from my monthly ezine. Then there were some heated comments in social media. It’s always amazing how pointing out the obvious can get people so fired up. You’ve got to wonder where the
The show is over. You know the importance of follow-up e-mails, so you send out a blanket “thanks for stopping by” form letter. Bet that will make attendees feel all warm and fuzzy – NOT! Problem is, even at this stage you’re still competing with all the other exhibitors – or at least those who
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Today’s the day … Exhibit Design That Works is now available! And like any Summer Blockbuster, there’s a trailer video. After you watch it, be sure to visit ExhibitMarketersCafe.com/works to learn more about the book. (You can also access a sampler PDF on that page.)