If you’ve ever prepared your company to attend a trade show, you know that it takes an enormous amount of time, energy and resources. No doubt a trade show can be an exhausting experience, but it can also be invigorating. And, it can provide lead-generating and relationship building opportunities. Don’t miss this chance to make a meaningful connection with your customers, industry influencers and the media. Here are a few ideas to help you prepare for your time at a trade show.
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