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

We had the best publicity ever …

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Cheryn

Carole was an absolute pleasure to work with.  she kept all the stallholders well informed and provided us with some fantastic tips and advice! On the day, she was extremely helpful, ensuring we all got the best publicity, giving us advice, making suggestions and ensuring that we were well looked after throughout the day.  She definitely went over and above my expectations and can’t recommend her highly enough

Carole is full of exciting, practical ideas …

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Simon OldroydI worked with Carole on behalf of a Commercial Property Developer to help enhance their brand & property portfolio. She is full of exciting, yet practical ideas and always uses her enthusiasm and energy to see them through to the (often difficult) implementation phase! She has tremendous experience and is very skilled at introducing stimulating initiatives at Board level, with a thorough understand of ‘how to make things happen’. Simon Oldroyd