Tradeshow Predictions for 2017

Posted by on Jan 1, 2017 in Business Advertisement, Business Investment |

As a trade show exhibitor, it is imperative to stay ahead of the curve and know the overall direction of the industry before others so that you can align your business for maximum profitability. This is because solutions that worked in the past may as well become outdated and continuing to use them will only be detrimental to your success. For the savvy tradeshow exhibitor, here are some of the industry predictions worth taking seriously if you want to stay ahead of the pack-:

Personalization will take center stage

Personalization is now a great factor of concern in modern marketing and the bright exhibitors are keen on customized tradeshow strategies so that they appeal most to the interests of their attendees at more personal levels. Exhibitors now anticipate the needs of their visitors, using various methods such as past data, to tailor the trade show experience to meet the specific preferences or characteristics of their audiences.

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Increased use of technology

From planning the events to the tradeshow displays, technology is infiltrating the tradeshow industry from all corners. And this is for a good reason. Technology allows the exhibitors to be more versatile in their interactions with their leads before, during and after the exhibition. It makes communication easier, presentation more concise and memorable and also simplifies the entire planning process of the tradeshows. As time goes by, more technology will be witnessed in this industry.

Tradeshow are going abroad

The interest in international trade show exhibit seems to be growing and the coming years will see most trade shows go abroad. Exhibitors are realizing that organizing overseas isn’t as expensive as they had thought and they are also getting international exposure on their brands, products and services. With the stiff competition in the local markets, perhaps it would be a good idea for business to venture overseas through international tradeshow displays, and this is a phenomenon expected to catch more steam in the coming years.