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Engaging show
spaces that
drive sales

Engaging show spaces that drive sales

Organizing a trade show is a lot like planning a wedding. Months of preparations, equipment, mailings, lighting, video, all to get ready for the big day. With such an investment, you want to walk away with lasting relationships.

A show is a high quality, target-rich environment with an audience you can rarely find elsewhere. Attracting new customers relies on your ability to communicate your message in an engaging space that expresses your brand.

Retail space, hospitality service, boardroom, product demonstration, virtual reality … did we miss anything? Today’s show floors are more competitive than ever. Dramatic structures and quality details are a given – people must interact with your brand in a meaningful way.

77% of executive decision
makers found at least one new
supplier at the last show they
attended.

77% of executive decision
makers found at least one new
supplier at the last show they
attended

81% of companies attending
trade shows send attendees
that have high-level buying
authority.

81% of companies attending
trade shows send attendees
that have high-level buying
authority

The cost of meeting face-to-
face at a trade show is around
half that of meeting at a
prospect’s office.

The cost of meeting face-to-face
at a trade show is around
half that of meeting at a
prospect’s office
77% of executive decision
makers found at least one new
supplier at the last show they
attended

77% of executive decision
makers found at least one
new supplier at the last show
they attended.

81% of companies attending
trade show send attendees
that have high-level buying
autority.

The cost of meeting face-to-face
at a trade show is around
half that of meeting at a
prospect’s office

The cost of meeting
face-to-face at a trade
show is around half that
of meeting at a prospect’s
office.

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