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National Starch improves leads with trade show microsite National Starch Food Innovation, a food ingredient manufacturer that is part of Corn Products International, has improved the quantity and quality of its leads through an integrated trade show microsite program it uses to drive traffic to events. Marc Green, senior manager-marketing communications at National Starch Food Innovation and Corn Products International, discusses how the company executed the program.
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Hybrid Trade Shows: Combining the Physical and the Virtual LOGIN REQUIRED
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BMA White Paper - Tradeshows: An Important Medium for the Marketing Message
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Effective exhibit and event marketing programs start with research and end with measurable results. In order to provide maximum return, every aspect of the program must be expertly planned, implemented and measured to maximize return.
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Good Execution Can Capture Mindshare.
Making Trade Shows Count LOGIN REQUIRED
Your industry's major trade show is coming up. Now is the time to start preparing. If one of your exhibit goals is to get more, high-quality sales leads, consider using these techniques.
Using Events To Market Products LOGIN REQUIRED
Your company or client has a hot new product line. You're trying to create awareness of your company and its products. What do you do?
Evidence of the Effectiveness of Exhibitions LOGIN REQUIRED
Read aout the results of a study that finds marketers considering exhibitions second only to direct sales.
Measuring Sales from Trade Show Leads LOGIN REQUIRED
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Maximizing Exhibit Potential through Marketing LOGIN REQUIRED
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Exhibit producers come in all shapes and sizes. The one that is right for you is totally dependent on your company's individual exhibiting needs. Find out how to select an exhibit producer that will be most effective for your company.
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When exhibiting at trade shows, it is necessary to focus on some basic building blocks, so that we can use promotions to reinforce the human element.
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Trade show marketing should be a strategic process with goals and measurable objectives, just like any other communications tactic, and based on a company’s sales and marketing plan. Read on to find out six steps for strategic trade show planning.
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How important is it to have brochures at a trade show exhibit? That's a question many exhibitors concern themselves with when preparing for a show.
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With preshow promotion, what works and what doesn't when trying to gain prospects' interest and attention?
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Here are some tips for designing exhibits that sell.
Exhibitors Don't Have To Go Home Empty Handed LOGIN REQUIRED
Too many trade show participants spend outrageous sums of money and expend a staff's worth of energy, yet go home empty-handed.
Tradeshow PR- Good Execution Can Capture Mindshare LOGIN REQUIRED
At tradeshows around the globe, editors, reporters and industry analysts go first to the press kit room to get a quick idea of what’s new at the show. Few editors want to, expect to, or will get their information from data sheets or brochures.
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