Category: Exhibitions

Jul 18, 2013

Behind the Scenes of a Royal Event

Jason Popp

How highly regarded is The Queen of England? Every July, the Royal Warrant Holders Association hosts a four day Coronation Festival in the Gardens of Buckingham Palace, celebrating the...

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May 31, 2013

3 Trade Show Myths Debunked

David McMillin

David McMillin is a staff writer at Professional Convention Management Association (PCMA)…

Trade shows have gone through a complete transformation, right? Not quite. While it’s important to embrace new technologies to...

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May 22, 2013

Exhibit-O-Meter

Errol Ahearn

How effective is your current exhibit? Use our Exhibit-O-Meter infographic to rank your efforts here!

 

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May 10, 2013

International Exhibiting: 4 Tips to Keep You on Track

Terry Campanaro

One of the best things about our industry is that we’re not limited by geography or cultural boundaries. Because each country has its own exhibiting style, rules and practices, it’s important to acquaint yourself and...

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May 03, 2013

The JOLT Act: 4 Ways It Would Positively Impact Our Industry

Jeff Quade

This past Monday, I had the privilege to represent GES at a roundtable discussion in Las Vegas with Congressman Joe Heck (R-NV). It was hosted by the Las Vegas Convention and...

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Apr 05, 2013

Overcoming Hard Luck with Hard Work

Steve Underwood

Steve Underwood is Senior Sales Manager at GES

At about ten o’clock the night before the COPS West Show, I received a call from my client, that there was...

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Mar 29, 2013

How Predictable is Your Annual Conference?

Jeff Hurt

Jeff Hurt is EVP, Education & Engagement, Velvet Chainsaw Consulting

Has your annual conference become predictable? Do attendees show up to the general session late because they know it starts with...

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Mar 29, 2013

This Brand Is Your Brand

Jason Popp

This Land is Your Land by Woody Guthrie is an iconic song that gives Americans a feeling of happiness and pride every time they hear it. It says that no matter where you’re...

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