The dominant printing and packaging industry event brings together more buyers at a single place and places suppliers and vendors in the closest contact with up-and-coming opportunities and trends.
Each exhibit is a relationship-building forum, a learning experience that feels more relaxed and high- spirited than the keynote speeches and presentations. Engaging attendees allows them to breathe easily, enjoy the latest technological advancements, and learn more about your company without feeling exhausted.
Presentations need to attract people to the booths and help the audience be converted into the exhibit by involving them. The voice, the manner, the look and the feel of the presenter can make the difference in any event and the HIMSS is one of the most important, most professional shows model and talent agencies book presenters and demonstrators for.
Among the booths full of attendees trying to absorb as much of the exhibits as possible, there will be tastings, scents, and aromas, samplings and handouts, and plenty of buying and selling. And within all the crowds and mingling there will be professional hosts, hostesses, sample distributors, crowd gatherers, presenters, models and product specialists, and cooks.
GRAPH EXPO 2015 and CPP EXPO brings together more buyers at a single place and places suppliers and vendors in the closest contact with up-and-coming opportunities and trends.
Attractive, well-appointed models experienced in trade show booth hosting and knowledgeable of products and services specific to the attendees’ interests provide each booth the advantage it needs to compete and thrive.
The most important comment mentioned at any trade show is the importance to network face-to-face with peer professionals and speak directly with product managers.
PPG trade show models and exhibit staff know all about this important aspect of marketing and reflect that naturally in every customer contact.
Observing how these trade show specialists work qualifying leads and engaging people on a personal level, it is easy to see why CTIA events continue to draw the growing numbers of intelligent attendees and the exhibitors that they do.
To achieve the highest return on their investment at trade shows and events, companies are employing the services of a secret shopper, or more bluntly, a spy, to provide an objective critique of the performance of exhibit booth staff.