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Engagement. Oops, I meant…Engage

Engagement is the the word I first thought of when I started writing about how I interact with people while emceeing meetings or presenting at trade shows, but come to find out, what I meant was Engage. You see, engagement in Webster’s is defined as: 1 – a formal agreement to get married, 2 – do something or go somewhere at a fixed time, 3 – the action of engaging or being engaged (I abhor when definitions use the actual word in the definition) and 4 – a fight or battle between armed forces. read more

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Trade Shows – It doesn’t take magic to get ‘em into your booth

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Even Lionel Richie needs help with Trade Shows

Trade Shows can be tricky. It doesn’t take a wizard to get attendees from the aisle carpet onto YOUR booth carpet. Just follow these DOs & DON’Ts and you’ll conjure up more qualified leads and fill your booth before you can say Abracadabra!!

Most of these are just common sense for trade shows, but we all need reminders occasionally. And maybe, just maybe, you might learn something new!

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