Unique Giveaways: A Valuable Tool for a Successful Trade Show

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A common scenario on every trade show is the long lines and the crowd on a specific booth. This could certainly stir up one’s curiosity and the next thing you know, you’re walking to the same booth to check out what’s happening. Trade shows are fun especially because of the free stuff that you can get. Regardless of how small or simple it may be, let’s face it everyone loves free giveaways.

Choosing the right type of freebies can instantly draw a crowd onto your booth and this presents a window of opportunity for you to introduce your products to prospective customers. So how can you be sure that you are about to give out the right free stuff?

First and the most important thing to consider is your brand. In order to utilize the giveaways to your company’s advantage you must always think about how you can use those giveaways in order for the audience to know more about your company. Of course popular options such as pens, notepads and refrigerator magnets are always a popular choice. In case this is something that you have in mind, customize it by placing the company logo or name on the front.

If you want something unique then go for giveaways that will surely stand out. In order to do this, plan your options ahead of time in order to have everything set and ready by the day of the trade show. Contact different suppliers and compare prices, this might be a costly but it could lead to great possibilities if used correctly.

Allison currently works as a freelance writer. Among her favorite topics include travel, current events, technology and fashion. She’s enjoying her current task writing for eternittag a project which is all a special type of roof.


7 thoughts on “Unique Giveaways: A Valuable Tool for a Successful Trade Show

  1. Trait 2 is crap. if a man is always happy, he is ignorant to the world. And if he is ignorant to the world, say bye to trait 5 too

  2. I am going to be a trade show exhibitor at upcoming healthcare conferences and expo's and was wanting to get tips and display ideas for my booth. Thanks.

  3. It might be easy to organize a trade show but really difficult to make it successful. Can anyone come up with one tip to make a trade show successful?

  4. I'm wondering- what would you think is the most effective way to do this? Should I have lots and lots of products at the booth, or keep it simple? Has anyone done this before, and if so, what was successful for you?

  5. Keep it Simple. Have samples and brochures. Photos of before and after results. Have some product available for people who want to purchase "on the spot." You might also keep a list of interested party with their name or company name, phone number and email for follow-up sales. After the first day you may want to tweak what you do to suit that particular venue. Good Luck.

  6. trading is now very common in this world.If Ask any one what is your profession,he or she will reply,"i am a trader." means 90% out of 100 doing either full time trading or part time trading..

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