New exhibitors at your tradeshow? Business News Daily shares how to make them comfortable at your event. Also: Leverage your association’s online identity to increase member engagement.
The world of tradeshows is a complicated one. While it can be a great place to gain greater visibility, it’s also uber competitive—which, for the first-time exhibitor, can be pretty intimidating.
If you have a lot of first-time exhibitors, creating a level of comfort on the tradeshow floor can be difficult when you’re juggling exhibitors’ needs with the overall strategy and effectiveness of the event. The solution? Consider making a guide for first-timers with tips from Business News Daily on how to make their first tradeshow a success.
Among other things, the guide suggests tactics that exhibitors can use on the show floor, including how to communicate with attendees, scope out the competition, and attract attention in a crowded space.
Boost Member Engagement
— Wild Apricot (@WildApricot) July 27, 2018
”Membership engagement” is more than a buzzword—it’s what keeps your organization alive. And the first step in building member participation is understanding how your association defines engagement: Does it mean merely interacting on social media or connecting with the organization on every level?
Once you define engagement, it’s time to take action. Of course, how you reach members on their preferences, but leveraging your website, online communities, and social media is a great start, according to a new post from the Wild Apricot blog.
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