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Promote Your Presence at the Bridal Show

It’s important to let your clientele know when they have an opportunity to view your work and ask you questions. Stated another way, brides want to know whether you’ll be promoting your services at a …

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5 Social Media Tips for Bridal Show Exhibitors

Need some help getting brides’ attention before the show? Today’s Bride’s Social Media Stylist has some tips to help boost your social media presence to target those millennials at the upcoming January Wedding Shows.  Just follow …

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Stand Up & Be Recognized

Being approachable is a key ingredient to success at shows. That involves how you’re dressed, not being distracted by your cell phone or other staff members, your body language and most importantly your attitude. Favorite

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The Seven Ps

If you want to be a successful exhibitor, forget minding your Ps and Qs. Just stick with the Ps. If you get them all right, and you’re in a good show, you cannot help but …

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3 Ways to Draw Them to your Booth

There are 3 main factors affecting an attendee’s decision to stop at your booth. Size, Display, and Promotions. Favorite

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Booth Salesmanship 101

A bridal show provides the unique opportunity to meet large volumes of potential customers face-to-face. The sales people in your booth are the single most important ingredient to get bookings at the show! Favorite

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Cardinal Rule of Booth Design

A bride should look at your booth and know exactly what type of service you offer without talking to you. For example, don’t use truckloads of flowers to decorate your booth if you are a photographer. Favorite

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Best Booth Awards – June 11th Show

Our June Show this past Sunday was an outstanding display of excellence and creativity. We were so impressed by the diversity of booth layouts and the integration of new technologies and marketing strategies. From video …

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How to Collect Your Own Leads at the Bridal Show

  One flaw with the millennial consumer is that they don’t like to buy things on-the-spot. It is almost impossible to get someone between the ages of 18 and 34 to immediately agree to what …

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