1. IT takes everyone on the team working together in constant communication to make a trade show successful – before, during and after the show!
I was really amazed at how well-organized the event was, from registration to the closing ceremony. From the promotion of the event to follow up emails after the event. Expo! Expo! hosted 262 exhibitors and more than 2,200 attendees. I’m really impressed with how they provided something for everyone — they also made it informative and fun. The exhibit hall and the Tech Swim Up Lab were my favorite parts of the trade show. With these developments and technology, I’m very excited for the future of IT in this industry.
2. IT is always evolving and the landscape is ever changing. Networking and education are the keys to keeping up-to-date in the trade industry.
Another thing I learned from the expo is Continue reading First time at Expo! Expo!→
Pictured above (L-R) Dennis Smith – President & CEO, Carina Whitaker – Operations Director, Kari Martin Bush – Marketing and Conference Manager, Carrie Kittrell – Sales Manager, Brian Hays – IT Director along with (not pictured) Patrick Nohilly – President & CFO and Austin Berry – Business Analyst are all excited to attend this year’s Expo! Expo! December 6 – 8 in Anaheim, CA!
Almost every trade show professional attends IAEE‘s annual “show for shows” to stay up-to-date with industry trends and technology while networking with like-minded professionals. This year’s Expo! Expo! provides an “inside out” approach, focusing on five key strategies: Interaction and Engagement, Innovation, Giving Back: Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Encouraging a Global Spirit and Community, Learning: Plan, Perform and Lead.
We’re exactly seven days away from Texworld USA & Apparelsourcing USA Summer 2016 show! Whether you’re a first-timer or a returnee, we know how hectic and packed those three days could be, and if you don’t plan ahead, you might be wasting your precious time Googling “where to eat” or “what to do” in NYC. While you might have already done most things from the Top 10 Things to do in NYC by TripAdvisor, we’ve put together a list of some suggestions for you to check out in between the seminars, or free time you have during your stay in the city.
WHERE TO EAT
There are thousands of restaurants to choose from, but we know you would rather stay around the area while attending the show. Here are some suggestions: