Trade shows are commonly understood as bazaars where exhibitors attempt to reach new customers by promoting their products or services via interactive displays and face-to-face conversation. These events are frequently huge and elaborate gatherings and every booth is striving for that “wow’” factor. With perhaps thousands of visitors — each of whom is a potential critic — participating in a trade show can be daunting for the inexperienced vendor. It may help to realize you’re probably already familiar with the basic mechanics.
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