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30 Trade Show Exhibit Conspiracies
You’ve planned for months. It may even be your biggest company event of the year. You have worked with your trusted vendor partners, as well as your internal staff, to ensure that your company exhibit has been designed and built to perfectly fit your company’s needs and objectives.
But what you didn’t know is that the world conspires to destroy the beautiful thing you built, the minute it leaves your dock.
Here are 30 Things on the Show Floor that can derail that smooth and hassle-free experience you’re seeking during the move-in and move-out of your company’s next big trade show:
Written by Chris Griffin. Chris is a 25 year trade show executive who specialized in exhibition logistics and U.S. labor relations. He is the President of Trade Show Supply and TS CREW, a company that provides installation & dismantle labor service, and exhibit rental solutions in over 20 U.S. cities.
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