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Kim Montanari, our technology manager, loves to wrap her hands—and her head—around a project. Nothing excites her more than creating a solution that another supplier has said can’t be done.
Push play on the video below to experience Kim’s “we can do that” attitude.COMMENTS
REAL fast. REAL solutions. REAL ingenuity. REAL success. REAL giving. REAL fun.
Press PLAY to see how we GET REAL, 3D Exhibits-style.COMMENTS
EXHIBITOR Attendees Invited to Measure REAL Success
March 1, 2012—Elk Grove Village, IL—3D Exhibits, an award winning exhibit and event design, fabrication and management agency, has announced the launch of 3D evaluAct, a proprietary program that delivers scalable measurement solutions.
3D evaluAct makes exhibit and event measurement assessable and affordable to companies of all types and budgets. Solutions range from do-it-yourself programs implemented on a shoestring budget to integrated systems that measure length of engagement, staff efficiency, and impact on customer perception. Additional options include training, competitive analysis, online dashboards and program consultation.
In addition to measurement, 3D evaluAct includes data interpretation and actionable suggestions. “3D evaluAct meets our clients’ need for measurement solutions customized to their needs—and their budgets,” says Nicole Genarella, vp of marketing, 3D Exhibits.
Learn more about 3D evaluAct by visiting 3D Exhibits at EXHIBITOR2012 booth #1345, or by contacting Nicole Genarella at 847-238-4741, email@example.com.COMMENTS
Every year, over 6,000 tradeshow professionals from all around the globe flock together for five days. We travel from far and wide to see what is new, learn about what is changing, and to meet like-minded members of our species. Our destination? Exhibitor. As we descend on sunny Las Vegas, Nevada, armed with badges, swag and rolling display cases, our annual migration to Exhibitor is a sure sign of spring.COMMENTS
The most important component of the tradeshow industry will always be people. Like any relationship, the business relationships you make can take some time to develop. Whether you’re an exhibitor a tradeshow looking to meet potential customers, or attendee looking to make a major investment – finding the right match is a courtship of sorts.
If you are attending trade show looking for new business partnerships, treat these exchanges as you would any courtship by asking these questions.COMMENTS