Tradeshow and Community Event Exhibitor Workshop

Is your business or non-profit new to exhibiting at tradeshows or at community events? Are you dissatisfied with the results of previous exhibiting? No worries – The Tradeshow and Community Event Exhibitor Workshop, on Wednesday June 20, from 9:00 AM to 11:30 AM at the Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce has you covered.

Workshop attendees learn strategies, techniques and best practices gathered during the workshops leader’s 40+ years in the event exhibiting industry as an exhibitor, exhibit manager, exhibiting products and services s business owner, a producer of exhibiting events and an event marketing educator. Topics include:
« Find the best exhibiting/vending opportunities
« Set and achieve SMART event objectives
« The art and science of engaging attendees
« Create a low cost, high impact display
« Attract more traffic to your space
« 12 ways to save $$ at every event
« Have a presence, without being present
« 10 ways to get more out of every event
« Open Q & A – Get all your questions answered

Workshop attendees also learn how to minimize the impacts that exhibiting may have your organization’s staff and financial resources, as well as daily business activities, especially customer service and sales.

In addition to Ft. Collins, The Tradeshow and Community Event Exhibitor Workshop offers two other dates and locations from which to choose:
« Tuesday, June 19th at 1:00 PM in Windsor at a site to be announced soon
« Thursday, June 21 at 6:00 PM in Loveland at a site to be announced soon

All sessions are $55 for a single person, or $49.50 per person for groups of two or more on the same reservation. Individual group members may attend at any site and still receive the discount. Private in-house workshops are available for groups of five or more.
A reservation form may be downloaded. Or call Gary Buterbaugh at (970)624-0451 for information and immediate reservation by phone. Space is limited, so immediate reservation is highly recommended.

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