Trade show season is in full swing in the fall and the month of November is no exception. From security conventions to anime expos, there will be a plethora of shows in many industries in the coming month that will pique a wide variety of interests.
Striving for success is a daily struggle for many in their professional lives and in the business world. The ever-present journey towards accomplishing goals often leads to a few successes here and there. But, what makes up the difference between people who achieve success occasionally and those who are continually and habitually successful in their work lives? And how can you apply the habits of these steadily successful individuals to your own business practices?
As summer makes way for fall and 2015 slows down to a crawl, it is time to reflect on industries that have really taken the business world by storm and are forecasted to close out the year on an upswing. In John Rampton’s Inc.com article entitled “10 Industries That Are Booming in 2015,” emergent fields, some of which have only existed for the past couple of years, are identified. A few of these booming industries may surprise, or even stump you. Read on to see which industries have picked up steam this year and are set to close out the year on a high note:
Applications for mobile devices are often used for gaming or entertainment purposes. However, mobile apps can be used for much more than just wasting time. Exhibitor Online’s article “8 Essential Apps,” as well as Wes McDaniel’s article “Trade Show Apps for Lead Capture,” illustrates how marketers at business conventions can use apps to make their exhibit booths more engaging, the trade show preparation process more convenient and following up with contacts after the expo as easy as possible! Check out the free apps below to figure out which ones will help make your next expo experience stress-free:
Making sure your company stands out to prospective customers on a crowded trade show floor may seem like an impossible feat at times. From the constant distractions that attendees face to numerous other exhibitors competing for visitors’ attention, how do you make your brand memorable without coming across as too pushy or aggressive? Anita Ginsburg tackles this obstacle in her recent article “What Can You Do to Be the Most Memorable Company at a Trade Show?.” Ginsburg points out that since a high number of attendees at business conventions do possess buying power for their brand, it is important for an exhibitor to leave an impression on an expo audience in order to effectively network with prospective clients and encourage positive brand recognition. To create a professional showcase that your target audience will not soon forget, enact the following tips on how to stand out at busy expos: