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How to Track Your Tradeshow ROI

Return on investment, or ROI, is important. You want to make the money that you spent on the trade show back, and then some. See what your goals are, and how much you expect to make. There are plenty

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Trade Shows: 6 Top Tips for New Suppliers

When setting up a trade show supply booth, there are a few tips you should know if you're new to the job. Some are common sense, such as starting early and being clear about the goals. However, if you

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Increasing Event Registrations

Early registration for an event is important, as a last-minute booking can cause some serious headaches. If you're planning an event, give the potential attendees a reason why they should register ASA

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How to Know If There Are Too Many People in Your Meeting

We all know that you can have too many cooks in the kitchen, and this applies to meetings as well! Having too many people in attendance can cause you to waste too much time focusing on everyone's need

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8 Things to Avoid When Planning for Portable Restrooms

If your event is outdoors, you need restrooms. Don't order too few, but make sure you have 1 for every 100 people, especially if there is alcohol at your event. Ensure that all restrooms are accessibl

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7 Great Conversation Starters to Try Out at Your Next Meeting

Common icebreakers, such as asking someone about the weather, asking them about their career, or asking where they're from, are boring and often make things awkward for all. The only icebreaker worth

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8 Steps to Improve Your Event with a Waste Audit

A waste audit involves taking care of excessive waste in an event. To plan a successful audit, identify the goal and discover how much of the event this concerns. Is it a problem with part of the meet

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How to Manage Conflict in Meetings

If there's a conflict during a meeting, it can get hostile. To avoid this, tell everyone to pause what they're doing and write their concerns on a piece of paper. The opposing parties can debate, but

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Event Planning on the Right Side of the Brain

The left brain and the right brain work differently. The left brain is more logical, while the right side is more emotional. While both work together, one can dominate the other. If you're more of a r

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Are You Getting the Most Out of Your Conferences?

It's important to ensure conferences reach their full potential. Before the conference, find your attendees using hashtags, and get to know them. Study the hotel at which you're holding the conference

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