Will you be making your way through Expo Expo in search of new sources for non-dues revenue? Or is your organization thinking about eliminating your onsite program book? We hope you’ll stop by our booth (#1402) to talk about how attendees, exhibitors and the host organization all benefit from a show daily. Complement your Mobile … Continue reading Let’s Talk Show Dailies at Booth #1402 during #ExpoExpo
CustomNEWS is looking forward to exhibiting at Expo Expo. We hope you’ll stop by our booth, #1402, to learn about the many benefits of show dailies. These are no longer “one-off” publications read and discarded at a conference. Show dailies share conference news and highlights with a wide audience through print, email and social media … Continue reading Headed To #ExpoExpo? So Are We!
TSNN recently published an article on ways to "green" your tradeshow, to which CustomNEWS contributed a few suggestions. But we caution against eliminating all print materials, which is what seems to be the first comment during a "going green" discussion: “print is bad, no more print.” But print has been such a main-stay, both in … Continue reading Incorporating Print into Green Initiatives
"Going green" shows that you respect the environment. But, by eliminating print pieces: Will attendees still be informed and able to access the information they need to make the most of your conference? Are you eliminating advertising & sponsorship revenue opportunities? Could you be relying too much on attendees to buy-in to your digital initiatives … Continue reading Going Paperless? Wait, Read This!
CustomNEWS welcomes guest blog posts on any topic related to conference communications: printing, digital technologies, social media, mobile apps, content marketing, etc. Here's a look back at the guest blog posts we've shared this year: Photos Are Worth More than 1,000 Words: Rachelle Morvant, www.PhotographNashville.com and www.RachelleMorvant.com. Tapped Out at Annual? Unleash the Power of Members … Continue reading Link Share Friday, Guest Blogger Edition – November 13, 2015