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Hiring a Design Partner?

Posted on June 11, 2013 in Get More Done

Get your relationship off on the right foot by Sean Madden – Harvard Business Review Establishing a relationship with a designer is akin a successful marriage. You need someone who understands your needs, your shorthand, what you hope to get from the relationship and always […]

The Intangibles

Posted on January 5, 2013 in Events & Meetings

Dealing with the RFP nightmare by Bob Milam – EXHIBITOR If you deal with the same suppliers for a while, you feel comfortable with them. They know what you want and what you mean when you say something. You may have even developed your own […]

6 Tips to Streamlining Contract Approvals

Posted on February 23, 2011 in Events & Meetings

Participating in an event or holding your own show is fraught with legalities, with contracts to be negotiated and finally approved for a myriad of services and goods. Plus, time is often of the essence. So, how do you keep your company’s legal department from bogging down the process?

Six Stupid Questions

Posted on October 27, 2010 in On the Show Floor

Your booth needs to be reworked, or miracles of miracles, you’re ready for a new one. You have a basic idea of what you’re looking for and how much you can spend, but no exhibit house to help you. The RFPs you send out are crucial to finding the right partner for you. But what questions do you need to ask?

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