Here is the third installment in a series of posts on world’s fairs and world’s expositions that will run periodically on Insights. The first two posts in this series were features on, respectively, the Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations and World’s Columbian Exposition. “That century that has now begun may […]
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Willwork, Inc. Exhibit & Event Services is a national leader in exhibition services and event project management. In 2017, we are celebrating our 30th year in business. A primary reason for our success is our commitment to innovating and inventing, which includes placing a strong emphasis on smarter and more effective ways to use technology […]
Willwork, Inc. Exhibit & Event Services is a national leader in exhibition services and event project management. A major component of our business is logistics. Logistics is thought of, commonly, and broadly, as the shipping of materials. But the exercise and process of logistics is far more entailed. Helpful background on – and a definition […]
Willwork, Inc. Exhibit & Event Services is a Fan Willwork, Inc. Exhibit & Event Services, launched in 1987, is national leader in exhibition services and event project management. In our day-to-day business we are involved with matters of shipping and logistics – with many of these matters highly complex and far-reaching in scope. Willwork is […]
Here is the second installment in a series of posts on world’s fairs and world’s expositions that will run periodically on Insights. The first installment, published here on October 4, featured the Great Exhibition of the Works of All Nations, or The Great Exhibition, which took place in London in 1851. Willwork, Inc. Exhibit & […]
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At one point in time even the largest events were starving for attention. But what happens when the trade show organizer finally has all eyes on his or her every move?
Trade show exhibitors who routinely review market research on the industry can clue in to trends and capitalize before others catch on.
If your event has yet to incorporate video, it’s time for, “lights, camera, action!”
When creating your trade show budget you’ll want to always keep two aspects in mind – what something should cost, and ways you can cut that expense.