4 Ways To Get People To Visit Your Trade Show Exhibit
Did your company's trade show exhibit not go over quite so well last year? For instance, did very few people stop by to see what your firm was bringing to the table? There are tons of reasons why that could have happened, but let's see if we can prevent it from happening again. After all, flopping shouldn't be an option this time around. The following are three ways that could prove to be just what the doctor ordered to get people to visit your display and stick around at this year's event.
Make A Good Impression
Who is representing your firm at the exhibit? It is entirely up to you to decide whether you or an employee handles this duty. However, regardless of who is assigned the task, it is in your best interest to ensure they're charismatic, professional, and knowledgeable. Those things should help the individual make a good impression and draw a crowd.
Use Interesting Graphics
There are many ways to attract attention, but one of the simplest is by using interesting graphics. If a trade show is exhibit is dull and bland, visitors will be less inclined to stop because it doesn't have anything to catch their eye. So, use graphics that are vivid and feature creative designs. With any luck, they'll get folks to stop in their tracks. Then, your representative can take over from there.
Come Up With Catchy Slogans
How were the signs you put on display around your exhibit last year? Were they dull, boring, and unclear, perhaps? If those issues presented themselves, that could very well be why not many visitors stopped. On this occasion, you should consider creating catchy slogans for posters, merchandice, and whatnot. People who see the items on display will pick things up. Then, as they walk around the trade show, others will ask them where they got them, who, in turn, will send them your way.
Use Cell Phone Charging Stations
Have you ever been away from home, only for your phone battery to die? It happens, and it can happen to people visiting trade shows. So, why not set up one or more charging stations around your exhibit. That will give those who need charges the opportunity to get them, and your representative will be able to pitch information about products and services to them. Contact Lighthouse Exhibits to learn more about 39 available charging solutions.