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October 15th, 2008 by Trade Show Help --> · 1 Comment

Do trade show organizers typically have any interest in improving the experience of visitors outside of their visiting booths? Do organizers get involved in training sessions related to Network Marketing, for example, or workshops or is that only a part of a conference that might be connected to the trade show?

I have a transformational one-hour workshop I deliver that helps people learn how to love networking. Considering trades shows are HUGE opportunity to meet people, they are also a very unstructured environment and many people would get more for their money if they could attend a quick session to grow those skills on the spot to use that day.

Would this type of benefit be of interest at trade shows or does it mostly fit for conferences?

Thanks for the invitation to your site and for your enthusiasm.

Gail Sussman Miller

Tags: Before The Show · Booth Staffing · Event Marketing

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  • 1 The Tradeshow Mentor // Oct 15, 2008 at 1:01 pm


    You are right that trade shows can get very unstructured and turn into a big zoo!

    However, your offerings can help decrease that.

    By showing people people how to network properly, who to network with and so forth you are actually introducing a new level of structure to trade shows.

    Hence, why I believe there is more potential in the trade show market.

    The Tradeshow Mentor
    Ensure Your Tradeshow Success

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