Did you know we have 15 fantastically helpful exhibiting guides written by our guest blogger and exhibiting expert Stephan Murtagh.
Stephan “The Exhibition Guy” Murtagh has 25+ years’ experience in the exhibition and events industry and has worked with many of the biggest organisers in the industry.
As a qualified Fetac trainer, he set-up The Exhibition Guy to educate and train people on how to sell more, his website features module-based courses and coaching for real-life situations within the sector.
These guides provide you with everything you need to know about exhibiting and planning your stand, from booking the right exhibition and stand space, to staffing your stand for success!
The running theme of these first six guides is to help prepare you and guide you with your planning Before you Hit the Venue.
- Before You Hit The Venue: Why Exhibiting Makes Real Sense for Your Business
- Before You Hit The Venue: Book The Right Exhibition For Your Business
- Before You Hit The Venue: Choosing the Best Location for Your Exhibition Stand
- Before You Hit The Venue: Designing Your Exhibition Stand
- Before You Hit The Venue: Marketing Your Exhibition Stand
- Before You Hit The Venue: Get Your Team Exhibition Ready
If you’re hungry for more knowledge, here are a further 9 guides to sink your teeth into.
Each article is packed with top tips, interesting statistics, and useful facts and figures.
So you can treat each one as a step by step lesson, which everyone taking part in exhibiting can benefit from!
- 10 Top Tips for Planning Your Exhibition
- 10 Simple Ways to Improve Your Selling Technique
- 11 Ways to Make an Impression at Your Exhibition
- Increase the Value of Your Trade Show with a Plan
- How to Maximise Your Impact from Exhibiting
- Staff Your Exhibition Stand For Success
- Your Exhibition is a Week Away! Are You Ready?
- ROI is a Good Acquaintance, but ROO is Your Friend
- Understanding Colour Theory for Your Exhibition Stand
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