Who, what, when, and where?
12 to 9 months before the fair
2. Book your fair stand
9 to 6 months before the fair
3. Hire and coordinate your fair team
6 to 3 months before the fair
4. Promote your participation before
3 to 0 months before the fair
5. Present your incredible stand
6. Follow Up
up to 2 months after the fair
The most essential part of your fair presentation will start almost a year before the fair actually happens. Through careful and considerate planning you can save money, time, and unnecessary stress. Memento offers numerous articles on experts of fairs and in numerous fields to offer you a wide range of resources that will help you achieve an optimal plan.
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At Memanto we want your fair booth to be as exciting and unique as your ideas. Often booths at fairs seem sterile and uninviting, through design elements like furniture, flora, and decor, you can create a stand that evokes a comfortable yet professional atmosphere.
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Your exhibit team is essential to pre-fair set ups and fair activities. They should be capable, reliable, demonstrate extensive product knowledge and be available to assist visitors at any moment. If you’re looking for your exhibit team or don’t know where to start, join the Memanto community. Your questions will be answered by our knowledgeable writers, staff, and forum community.
23 May 2018 BY Katja Brößling in Exhibit Marketing
14 May 2018 BY Karin Reiter in Exhibit Marketing
Fairs always attract large crowds of people, but rather than wait until the day of and hope you’ll have people running to your stand, why not promote it before hand? It is far more effective to invite your contacts and members of your community prior to the event. These invitations give you the opportunity to stand out from the crowd and to attract many potential clients.
The fair is always an exciting event with intense lead up. This however, does not mark the end of your work. During the fair it is imperative to keep track of potential clients and acquaintances you meet. Keeping a cohesive document between your exhibit team will allow for easier follow up after the fair ends.
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The fair is a great place to display your offering to a diverse group of clientele, however, the contracts and negotiations happen after the event. It is important to go over follow-up procedures with yoru exhibit team and ensure you have time to meet to make those important discussions happen. A follow-up appointment will not only illuminate your great new clients, it will also allow you to generate and explore what went right and what could have been better for your next fair.
The Exhibit Project Manager is the tool that will make planning and implementing your fair easier
Plan your budget manually or with the help of Memanto, for each individual phase or for the entire project.
Overview of features
Create unlimited projects for your events; set your goals, and ensure that you always have insight into your project's status and progress.
Notifications and messages
Memanto sends notifications to remind you of deadlines, whether pre-set or chosen by you, and supports you through the process of communicating with service providers.
Tasks, notes and documents
Use the pre-set tasks and notes, and add your own terms individually.
Soon, you will be able to find the perfect equipment for your exhibition in our marketplace.
You’ll soon be able to choose from a wide variety of products to support all aspects of your event presence: from A to Z.
From furniture and multimedia to kitchen equipment, we make it simple for you to rent what you need for your next event.