Experienced models have knowledge and skill delivering messages for all types of aircraft, components, and systems, and can speak intelligently and relax attendees with their ability to address some of their questions, instead of being hired simply to look terrific and sound well prepared, which they are.
Professional Las Vegas tradeshow models and presenters attract more business, generate more leads, and convert more sales. Experienced tradeshow models and exhibit booth staff enhance and complete presentations and demonstrations.
Trade Show Models put More Power and Punch into Exhibits and Displays at POWER-GEN International 2015
Attractive, poised, well-appointed models that are well versed in trade show booth hosting give an exhibit or booth an unfair advantage over their competition.
Promo models engage attendees and help connect qualified visitors with the most appropriate personnel to help achieve more useful interaction in less time.
CES Exhibitors Booking Trade Show Models, Brand Ambassadors, Promo Models, and Product Specialists Early
Experienced exhibitors at the Consumer Electronics Show book their Brand Ambassadors, Promo Models and Trade Show Models early to ensure they get the best people in this competitive gathering.
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.
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.