Evaluating Your Event

by Heidi Richards


Evaluate Immediately! It is important to do your evaluation/assessment of the event while the details are fresh in your mind. Include anyone in the evaluation process that had a stake in the event. Stakeholders would include vendors, hired staff, volunteers and employers. more...

New to Presenting Onstage? Get to Know Your Crew!

by Gary Lewis

Are you new to the world of live presentations? Perhaps you finally got that Big Dog position in management or someone tapped you as a subject matter expert in your chosen field. Whatever the case, welcome to the glamorous world that we call "Business Theater!" more...

Always Leave Them Laughing: Integrating Humor into Your Trade Show Marketing Campaign

by Susan Friedmann

One of the major objectives of any trade show exhibit is to create a lasting impression in the attendee's mind. After all, if a visitor can't remember you, how can he give you his business? You also want to create a positive impression, and unfortunately, that's harder to do than the negative equivalent. more...

Trade Show Give Away

by Justin Grover

A trade shows give away is a great ways to generate sales leads. At a trade show you find so many people who are interested in your product and just waiting for someone to catch their attention so they can buy it. People attend trade shows for different reasons. more...

The Downtown San Francisco Marriott Hotel Wins Gold Key Award for 2005

by San Francisco Marriott Hotel

Secaucus, NJ-Meeting & Conventions magazine recently announced the winners of its prestigious hotel meeting & convention Gold Key Award for 2005. This annual award is bestowed upon the world's finest meeting and convention hotel properties. more...

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