As any experienced trade show professional can tell you, a great first day can happen more often than not. Every show, you walk in with the plan—a laundry list of things that you want to accomplish at this big event—and wouldn’t you know it, the […]
Many people use January as the perfect opportunity to re-evaluate the progress they made in the previous year. But when it comes to an exhibit program, you don’t have to wait for the New Year to do this—in fact, doing it a few times throughout […]
Conferences have become downright dull, tedious and expensive affairs that ultimately amount to nothing more than a waste of time, money and effort. So, let’s call it like it is: conference fatigue is real.
Your career opportunities expand rapidly if you are seen as a manager who affects the profitability of the organization and not just your own budget. The best way to do this is to relate the accomplishments you measure to the basic business profit equation. Revenue […]
Successful event and exhibit managers pick up a number of valuable skills throughout their career that make it easy to carve a career path. If you’ve decided that you want to move up the ladder to bigger and better things, you’ll have a number of key options available to you.
Fears, “what if’s” and mental chatter about what could go wrong do nothing by paralyze us. As it turns out, research shows that worries rarely turn out as consequential in actuality. Here are eight common worries that plague far too many of us.
Two of the most important factors that you always need to concern yourself with have to do with the scope of what you’re trying to do and the cost it will take to do it. To a large degree, these are completely intertwined – as […]
The New Year will be here before we know it, and it’s never too early to start planning for another successful year in the world of trade show exhibits. So, what are some specific steps you can take to increase your career success in 2016? We’ve got […]