What Does It Take To Be A Champion Exhibitor?

Every so often you meet an exhibitor who is very different.  They radiate a mysterious strength, character and charisma that is seldom seen.  A visitor to a show (or a competitor) may not be able to put their finger on exactly what it is that makes this exhibitor stand out, but something special is definitely there; they are champion exhibitors.

Skeptics would say they had a better position at the venue, the light was better or they were close to the coffee bar, some would simply say ‘luck’ is what made them better than the rest. But if you had the opportunity to study a champion exhibitor you would find that everyone of them has certain characteristics that makes them stand out from the crowd.  They all take specific actions every day.  They all have similar patterns and belief systems.  They all talk alike.  They all have certain habits and it’s these traits that set them apart from the rest.

The 8 Traits of Champions: Continue reading

StandOut! Indeed-Brilliant

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QHotels1Exhibiting at ALIVE was both enjoyable and an excellent use of my time and precious marketing budget. I have made some excellent new contacts, two appointments to view the hotel and one very positive booking enquiry so I am sure that the return on investment will prove very worthwhile.  I have been exhibiting and looking at exhibition stands for years but Carole’s advice on how to exhibit effectively and stand out from the crowd was very useful – StandOut indeed!” Cheryl Waring, Director of Sales The Cheltenham Chase Hotel

Brilliant ideas for the design of my stand

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SIt was lovely to meet Carole at King’s Daughters Conference, especially as she provided email support for the exhibitors in the lead up to the exhibit with really useful hints and tips for the exhibition.  Using these, I was able to rethink the design of my stand, and what sort of jewellery was the most suitable for the event.  This led to a high amount of interest and I am very happy with the sales and new contacts I made.  Thank you Carole. Karin Whittaker