Knowing Your Target Audience: An Object Lesson

We all like to think of ourselves as savvy marketers. We diligently stay abreast of current marketing trends in our specific businesses and keep a watchful eye on the industry in general. We give our project teams clear marching orders to “engage” our target audiences with new… learn more >

Challenge Basic Assumptions

Recently, an occurrence of historic dimensions exploded across the country, and its effect has been felt around the world.  Millions of people never saw it coming, and may prove to be one of the biggest disruptors of the 21st century. The Chicago Cubs won the 2016 World… learn more >

How to Increase Tradeshow Attendee Dwell Time

Recent studies* have once again proven something we all understand intuitively: 90% of the information transmitted to the brain is visual. 90% of all human communication is non-verbal. The more senses that are engaged, the more likely a person is to retain information. And my favorite: Average human attention span… learn more >

Keep Calm and Market On

What caused Brexit, and how will it affect the International tradeshow marketplace? The answer is in the title of this blog: keep calm and market on. Kai Hattendorf, Managing Director and CEO of UFI, the Global Association of the Exhibition Industry, recently stated in an interview that… learn more >

Everything Old is New Again….Redux

In an April blog post, I invoked the adage “everything old is new again” when discussing the current trend of using hand-written letters to communicate with clients … as well as the irony of online services that automate this practice. Really? This month, I experienced… learn more >

The 5 Languages of Attendee Interaction

I recently came across the book, “The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace” by Gary Chapman and Paul White.  It’s an interesting exploration into how to build better relationships with your employees. After reviewing it, I began to think about tradeshow exhibit visitors, and how… learn more >