Exhibition

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First of all, you need to know the location of the upcoming exhibition, the travel time from tsetra city subway stations. Also, you must be aware of urban transport and taxis that pass close to the passing show, a convenient parking place, to assess the coming challenges for the delivery and unloading, loading artifacts exhibition stenda.Osoboe attention should be paid to the exhibition itself – what is its size (big or not), the number of exhibition halls (it should analyze the possible conversions of visitors between the pavilions), a place lined booths, the number of passes in each room. All of this information played no role in the analysis of such moments: the "definition in which you want to participate; adjustment (if necessary) advertising campaign, depending on the location of the stand in Hall, the availability of competing companies, and their possible proximity to the stand, identifying the type and size of the stand, which will predsavlyat company on vystavke.To is, the territory of the exhibition and its location are in many cases the main point for subsequent action. for the location of the mobile stand is the place: the right of the entrance, the central part of the exhibition area closest to the entrance, the time for design and construction of an attractive booth, as well as installation time, at the intersection of the main passages. Regardless of where and how to build your stand for the successful development of interest among the visitors to know, and the next rule. Main – this rule of "three seconds". The essence of this rule is that the visitor rather than seconds, that he saw your booth and decided to visit it or pass on. To a man, who came to exhibit, your booth noticed, you need to effectively use a variety of lighting effects, moving parts and colorful printing industry. That is, the use of unusual titles that are easy to read but remain in memory, colorfully and tastefully decorated..

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