Four Trade Show Execs Earn The Expo Group Show Manager of the Year Honor Awards to be presented in November for personal excellence, innovation, service Irving, Texas –[…]
Join us at IAEE’s Expo! Expo! in Las Vegas, December 3-5, 2019. It’s the show for shows and we would love to see you there!
How do you best use technology and media to alert a pool of potential attendees about the innovative ideas at your show? Find out in this case study featuring METALCON.
October’s Employee Spotlight shines on Dallas-based IS Sr. Systems Engineer, Amir Farajzadeh. Amir has been with The Expo Group almost 5 years. Originally born and raised in Tehran, Iran, he earned[…]
This month, we visit with Dee O’Neill with the Brain Performance Institute about mindful moments, brain performance and her upcoming session at the TSNN Awards.
See how you have the potential to capitalize on additional revenue while raising the level of the experience at your event in this new webinar from The Expo Group…
The University of Kentucky partnership with Level5 Events by The Expo Group Challenge: The University of Kentucky faced a daunting challenge. They needed to generate private funds to meet budget[…]
This month, we visit with the newly named President of Winsight Exhibitions, current IAEE Chair and former SMOTY Winner, Tom Cindric.
In the Employee Spotlight this month is our 2018 Rookie of the Year Employee Award Honoree and Level5 Events by The Expo Group Production Coordinator, Matt Collins. Originally from Manhattan[…]
This month, Todd and Dana talk with meeting planner, consultant and author Jessica Levin as she shares her insight on charitable activations for association and corporations
This month, Todd and Dana talk to event podcast pioneer Mike McAllen about how podcasting can be an effective community building tool for your association, event or trade show
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What They’re STILL Not Telling You
Research into the plight of exhibiting in the U.S. reveals that while much has changed in the decade since our original Invisible Exhibitor paper, too much remains the same. Of the exhibitors participating in this update, 75% of them said show managers could do more to make things easier and better. Those who understand how this could impact the future of their events should read this latest paper with its four areas for consideration.
Which technologies help you make the biggest impact?
How do you choose the right one, matched to your messaging, audience and goals? The Expo Group’s free white paper provides simple, clear descriptions of 18 engaging technologies and our professional guidance about when it’s best to use each.
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What Your Exhibitors Aren’t Telling You (and Why That Matters for the Future of Your Show)
Ten years later, are your exhibitors being treated any better? Here are some sustaining recommendations for how to better serve exhibitor clients and create a robust marketplace where business gets done.
What’s in store for the future of trade shows and exhibitions?
From digital technology to the attitude you project, Millennials and Generation Z have entirely new and raised expectations. Here’s what you should know about them, and how the years ahead can really be a trade show renaissance.
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